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Hi Sarah, You are very lucky to have her sleeping through at this age and most won`t until 6 months of age. All babies are different and if you c...

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Hi, You are very lucky to have her sleeping through at this age and most won`t until 6 months of age. All babies are different but don`t be surp...

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Hi, I can`t help thinking this was exactly what was happening with my son and how I though 7 years ago. Firstly you need to understand why he wak...

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Hi, Firstly you need to understand why she wakes. Because she doesn`t know how to sleep without you. The comfort of the breast feed is her sleep ...

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Hi, Our settling program is not just about letting baby cry it out. It offers a strict routine with a clear and repetitive message that it`s time...

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Hi, Babies routines change alot and before you know it she will be doing something else. I know it`s hard but try to fit in around her current ro...

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Hi, You are lucky she sleeps through the night because usually when a baby or toddler is transferred once asleep this is why they wake through th...

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Hi Peta, With changes to a childs routine such as daycare you can expect other changes to occur as well. You are best not to start any unwanted h...

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Going forward with the clock can be an advantage and gets baby sleeping a bit longer for the first week or so but if you keep a good usual routine ...

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Hi Annette, Firstly you need to understand why he wakes. Because he doesn`t know how to sleep without you.The comfort of the feed is his sleep as...

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Hi, You are very lucky to have had her sleeping through at this age and most won`t until 6 months of age. All babies are different but don`t be...

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Hi, This is the age when they usually drop to one day time nap so you need to be a bit flexible and be guided by tired signs during this transiti...

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Hi Nicole, Tell me how you get him to sleep initially and how you resettle him when he wakes as this may be your problem. If you are comforting h...

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Hi Kristine, I really feel for you, as I know how hard it is to do the settling program to start with and to have it all go down the drown is ver...

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Hi, This is his sleep association and unfortunately when you make a change like this it comes with much protest. Firstly you need to understand...

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Firstly you need to understand why she wakes. Beacause she doesn`t know how to sleep without you. The comfort of the breast feed is her sleep assos...

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Hi, You would expect to be feeding 4 hourly and a good routine is feed/play/sleep and feeding 2,6,10,2,6,10 F/P/S allows you to feed when baby...

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You have both had a really hard start to your brand new lives. Well done though for having the insight and caring to write in to me. Can you try to...

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Dear Nadine, 1, If you want to do something, eg , showjumping, find a carer for your daughter and go and enjoy yourself. Focus on having a great ...

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Its is so hard being a mum. All the rules change. We need to learn to be part of a family, a system that changes all the time and a lot of the thin...

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The fact that you are terrified is what will contribute to these feelings - they are the same types of feelings. Can you see someone to help you wi...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. All babies develop at different rates and it tends to be hereditary as to their motor skill development. It can t...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. It is not recommended for babies to sleep on their tummies at all. It is against the SIDS guidelines and is consi...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Folate is recommended several months before a planned pregnancy and the first three months of pregnancy. You can ...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Please talk to your Early Childhood Health Clinic for ongoing support. Babies are generally unsettled at this tim...

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Hi Silvana, Here is a great website that offers safe foods for pregnancy and breast feeding. Best wishes, Alex.

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HI, Thank you for your enquiry. Folic acid supplements are safe to take when breastfeeding - you can get some that are specifically for pregnancy...

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HI Megan, Thank yo for your enquiry. Early ultrasounds can be inaccurate at predicting size and dates sometimes as the baby can be difficult to s...

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Hi Rachael, I really do know how you feel; I have a fussy eater who is still going strong at almost 5. I have written a fact sheet on fus...

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Hi Louise, I really do know how you feel; I have a fussy eater who is still going strong at almost 5. I have written a fact sheet on fussy...

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