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Hi Stacey, It may well have to do with the way you settle her to sleep at night initially. She must go to bed awake and on her own so she learns ...

Answered: 15 Dec 2007
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Hi, I definitely think it`s time to stop the wrapping (after 3 months we don`t recommend it). Keep up the great routine and watch for tired sign...

Answered: 15 Dec 2007
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Hi Danaee, There is a simple reason perhaps not a simple solution but a solution there is. When you fall asleep in one place and get transfered...

Answered: 15 Dec 2007
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Hi, You need to get rid of the dummy and the wrapping as it seems she is relying on this as her sleep association. Try using our settling techniq...

Answered: 15 Dec 2007
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Hi, You should always feed,play then sleep so baby falls asleep independently and not feeding. If you don`t think he is hungry then try using ou...

Answered: 15 Dec 2007
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Hi, Try following our settling techniques instead of using the dummy to settle, they will teach him to sleep independently. Cheers, Maree

Answered: 15 Dec 2007
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Hi Tanya, You need to be tough if you really want to change this as it is a habit now and will not change unless you make the changes. You need t...

Answered: 15 Dec 2007
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Hi, You need to implement a feed/play/sleep routine which means feed when baby wakes (if due) 2,6,10,2,6,10 is a good feeding pattern. Then you p...

Answered: 15 Dec 2007
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Hi Sharon, Yes he would be way overtired and I suggest you follow our settling program and you really need to implement the feed/play/sleep routi...

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Hi Mai, Leave out the last feed it should go feed/play/sleep so you settle baby awake into the cot knowing that they are tired signs because she ...

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Hi, Thanks for contacting me. You mentioned that your daughter has been dry at school for a few days – was she previously toilet trained? ...

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Hi, It is wonderful that your child loves you so much and feels safe with you, but it sounds like you feel it is a bit excessive at the moment. ...

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Hi Victoria, It sounds like your son has had a bit of a fright with all the noise and excitement at the train station. As parents, none of us ar...

Answered: 08 Dec 2007
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Hi, One of the difficult things for a young child to do is to express how they feel. He may not have the language to say how angry or frustrated...

Answered: 08 Dec 2007
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Hi Mel, Thanks for contacting me. It must be a difficult time for all of you. Since there does not appear to be any physical reason for the cry...

Answered: 08 Dec 2007
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Hi, As parents we are constantly worrying about our child not getting enough to eat. I remember force-feeding my first child because she hardly ...

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Hi, Thanks for sending this email. Raising a child is an incredibly challenging but rewarding thing to do. It is made even harder when we have ...

Answered: 08 Dec 2007
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Dear Tanina, I am really sorry about the very recent loss of your father. This is a deeply traumatic time for your whole family. You are right to...

Answered: 08 Dec 2007
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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Descent means how far the baby`s head is into the pelvis and it is measured in fifths. So the baby`s head is desc...

Answered: 08 Dec 2007
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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. A bicornuate uterus can put you at higher risk of miscarriage in early pregnancy but if you are past this stage t...

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Hi Tanya, Thank you for your enquiry. It is quite common to feel cramping in early pregnancy. If there is no bleeding then there is no real cause...

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Hi, Congratulations on your pregnancy. You need to have your pregnancy bloods checked for signs of any antibodies that may be present in your sys...

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Hi Danielle, Thank you for your enquiry. It is advisable to visit your GP for advice as they may be able to provide a certificate for Centrelink ...

Answered: 08 Dec 2007
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Hi, The best way to get a bay sleeping through the night is to settle awake into the cot so they learen to sleep independently as a lot of waking...

Answered: 08 Dec 2007
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Hi Danni, Try our settling techniques instead of the wrapping if baby is not settling. Cheers, Maree

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Hi, My son was in his cot until 3 but I guess it is really up to you, I would say about 2+ is a good age. Cheers, Maree

Answered: 08 Dec 2007
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Hi, Firstly how do you get her to sleep intially at night, this is the most important thing when getting a baby or toddler to sleep well. She nee...

Answered: 08 Dec 2007
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Hi, Please write back and tell me exactly how you get her to sleep initially and how you go about resettling her when she wakes. Plunkett should ...

Answered: 08 Dec 2007
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Hi, The best temp is 18 to 20, so if you can use a thermostastically controlled heater that would be good. Don`t forget the smoke detectors! Ch...

Answered: 08 Dec 2007