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Hi, Unfortunately there isn’t really any formula to work out what a baby needs to drink, formula tins use a guide which accounts for the mos...

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Hi Andrea, Well done to you for looking at making your own fruit yoghurt – great! Yes it must be full fat (until at least 2 yrs). I recommen...

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Hi Tanya, Sounds like you are doing a great job, not easy at the best of times, so well done! Honey, cow’s milk as a drink, spinach and ex...

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Hi Katherine, Welcome to the fussy eating club, I have a five year old still going strong. Toddlers and preschoolers have extremely busy ‘da...

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Hi, As baby is 10 months I am assuming by milk you mean formula? Let me know if you are using milk as in cow’s milk. Otherwise the other thi...

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Hi, Many processed baby foods are quite good now; you may even like to consider the Heinz organic range as well as some of the more specialised ra...

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Hi There, I understand your concern; obviously food provides a number of nutrients in greater amounts than breastmilk. Just wondering how her grow...

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Hi there, Sounds like you are getting there with your son. Its hard isnt it to keep thinking of different ways in which you can help. Can can tr...

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Hi, Do be sure to also rule out any colic etc before continuing to persist for hours. But the program is such that you should continue with the se...

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Hi, Trying everything can often lead to confusion for both parents and baby. Often after a bout of illness or a hospital stay can lead to even mor...

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Hi Yeliz, It`s a hard job there is no question about that. How long have you been following the program because it needs to be followed carefully ...

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Hi, All babies require different amounts of sleep to get by, so long as he is healthy and doing fine I wouldn`t worry. Be guided by tired signs an...

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Hi, Often a habit like this does not just change by itself you need to make the change, and it is hard especially as you have your daughter to con...

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Hi, Sometimes we can try so many things that in the end we only succeed in confusing both mother and baby. I can only suggest you try our settling...

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Hi, I definitely wouldn`t leave the bath till 9.30-10pm. When you settle him at 6.45pm try settling him using our settling techniques and resettle...

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Hi Jenni, Trying lots of things can become confusing to both parents and baby and sticking to one routine and giving it a good 3 weeks to get it g...

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Hi, At this age you might expect to be feeding 4 hourly still and if less than 4 hourly during the night I would resettle, but in a month or so yo...

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Hi Melissa, I know just how you feel because this was the only way I would get my baby to sleep and you can go on for so long before it wears you ...

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Hi, The key to getting him to sleep through the night is not to let him fall asleep with the bottle. Feeding is fine but he needs to settle awake ...

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Hi, Early days it is and you shouldn`t expect a baby to sleep through the night before 6 months of age. 4 hourly feeding would still be normal f...

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Hi, It is difficult when others want to do it their way and you want to do it your way. I think if you could get your mum to understand why we nee...

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Hi There, It sounds like a heat rash especially if the rash is on the contact side or a reaction to something on your body, over a food reaction....

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Hi, Transitioning from milk feeds is one of the questions I get asked about a lot. Ideally you would wean your toddler off formula entirely and ...

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Hi, Sodium in excess is dealt with by the kidneys, your kidneys are the organs that keep the fluid parts of our body in balance (pressure wise) a...

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Hi, Unfortunately there isn’t really any formula to work out what a baby needs to drink, formula tins use a guide which accounts for the mo...

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Hi Andrea, Well done to you for looking at making your own fruit yoghurt – great! Yes it must be full fat (until at least 2 yrs). I recom...

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Hi Tanya, Sounds like you are doing a great job, not easy at the best of times, so well done! Honey, cow’s milk as a drink, spinach and e...

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Hi Katherine, Welcome to the fussy eating club, I have a five year old still going strong. Toddlers and preschoolers have extremely busy ‘...

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Leann...
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Hi, As baby is 10 months I am assuming by milk you mean formula? Let me know if you are using milk as in cow’s milk. Otherwise the other ...

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Leann...
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Hi, Many processed baby foods are quite good now; you may even like to consider the Heinz organic range as well as some of the more specialised r...

Answered: 22 Jan 2008