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Hi Yvette, He is associating sleep with your comfort and from about 6 months on a baby should be able to sleep 7pm to 7am with out an overnight f...

Answered: 29 Nov 2007
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Hi, Try following our settling program it will take you step by step through the settling techniques. (see link at the top of this page). ...

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Hi, Do be sure you settle him awake into his cot initially at night so he learns to sleep indpendently that will be the key. If you are patting h...

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Hi, She is associating sleep with your comfort and from about 6 months on a baby should be able to sleep 7pm to 7am without an overnight feed. Un...

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Hi, Until 6 months you might expect to have to offer one over night feed. In aantoher month you could try our settling program and offer a rollov...

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Hi, I wish I did have an easy solution unfortunatley I can only offer a hard solution! You could try our settling program which also includes a 1...

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Hi Jenny, Having the grommets put in may have upset the routine and the extra comfort we give at the time can create some unwanted habit. Our set...

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Hi Kirsty, He`s not a good eater during the day because he is full up from the overnight feeding so you need to turn this around by stopping the ...

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Hi, An overtired baby is harder to settle. Try our settling program and follow a feed/play/sleep routine so you know when she is tired and can ac...

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Hi, your daughter isnt a bully as she is 2 and doing what other normal 2 year olds do. You seem to be managing the situation well regarding her beh...

Answered: 22 Nov 2007
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Dear Renay, this is difficult to comment on as it relates specifically to our concerns re SIDS. I am sorry but do not feel comfortable to discuss i...

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Hi - this is difficult. I assume the child is healthy and of normal development. There are a range of approaches to try: check your child`s feeling...

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Hi Sally, Unfortunately at around this time (10-12 wks) is a really difficult time for babies as they really love whatever they have been used to a...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. I am sorry to hear that you are experiencing problems with your pregnancy. Bleeding in early pregnancy can lead t...

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Hi, Early pregnancy is a difficult time and the hormonal changes cause a variety of symptoms in everyone. Your headaches can be treated with para...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. This is very normal and to be expected during early pregnancy especially. Try to talk to your GP about it and the...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. I am not really sure what you are describing - it may be indigestion or it could be due to the position of the ba...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Many women now days are pregnant when they are older. There is an increased chance of genetic abnormalities and y...

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Hi, Ideally by 9 – 10 months if they are on chunky food it is good, but in your situation you may need to review this. I would really reco...

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Hi Karen, So I am gathering here that she is refusing formula rather than a bottle given she will drink expressed milk from a bottle? As you ca...

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Oh crikey! Well, my first thought is if your 19 month old is getting chocolate in various forms he is getting more than enough caffeine from it to...

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Hi There, It sounds like he is onto your plan and getting all the b’feeds he can. I personally would pop into see your child health nurse ...

Answered: 22 Nov 2007
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Hi There, Just on the raw egg, it would be a waste, egg white has to be cooked in order for our bodies to get the protein out if it. But you can...

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Hi Di, I did the same thing, like you say they aren’t patient when they are hungry. Really you can freeze any fruit and veg, the root veg ...

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Hi, It sounds like you have been on a really tough, isolated road. Unfortunately it isn’t uncommon for reflux children to have ulcers; even...

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Hi Christine, At present she is probably going through 8 month separation anxiety which won`t be helping but I am wondering how long this has...

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Hi, Each time you rock him back to sleep he wakes again looking for your comfort. To get him to sleep longer rather than just catnapping then...

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Hi Collette, He relies heavily on your presence to return to sleep and if you really want to change this I think you would be best to try our...

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Hi Ashleigh, Sometimes we try so many tricks and ideas that we only succeed in confusing baby and ourselves about how and when baby falls asl...

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Hi, She may have been going through 8 months separation anxiety (later being a twin) and this has disrupted her routine. Try using our settl...

Answered: 22 Nov 2007