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Hi Amiee, Please visit your Early Childhood Health Centre for ongoing advice and care. You could try putting your baby in a pouch or rocking him...

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Hi, You can feed a six month old baby yoghurt so you could mix a plain yoghurt into food which is better than cow`s milk. You don`t really have ...

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Hi There, Excuse me if this has been asked of you before but how much water does your little one drink over the day? Is she on formula? Doe...

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Hi Paw Chu, Regarding your little girls weight she is about the 50th percentile which is right on average so that is okay, although it of cou...

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Hi Margie, I am assuming you aren’t vegetarian or haven’t been a long term vegetarian in the past. The Pregnancy and B`fe...

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Hi There, Yes chunky food is important around this age, but it is also common that some bubs don’t make an easy transition. You are ri...

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Hi there, I think you have a very good insight and your intuition has already answered your question. It is most likely that it is the `snac...

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Hi There, Well it sounds to me as though you are both going fantastically, well done on the continued breastfeeding! People differ with thei...

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Hi, Has he just started child care? Or changed the number of days he is in child care? Just wondering if there is any energy expenditure re...

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Hi there, Just from what you have said is sounds fine, I have a 17 month old who eats similarly, he has cereal with soy milk, yoghurt and I s...

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Hi there, Yes nut allergy affects the whole family. I can really recommend contact these people and getting hold of some of their resources,...

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Hi there, Good question, the Australia NZ Food Standards note that crustacea such as prawns and crab have very low levels of mercury and henc...

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Hi there, Solids can be a confusing time, what do you start when and how do you work up to finger foods. I guess first yes bub needs to have...

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Hi There, Well to be honest it sounds to me as though you are both going great guns. And as they say, if its not broken don’t fix it. ...

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Hi Anna, Its always so interesting to hear what people are saying out there. This info about the fibre absorbing the nutrients may have come...

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Hi Bianca, Occasionally young bubs are given water for various reasons, such as hard poos/constipation (more common though in formula feed b...

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Hi, Oh I am green with envy to a degree, I do understand your concern though because obviously iron-containing foods are very important. She...

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Hi there, I would give your early childhood nurse a quick buzz and ask for some tips, they are often very good at helping with the weaning pr...

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Hi there, Arrr yes, the long hard road of fussy eating which has obviously been even more challenging with the vomiting putting him off even...

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Hi, One allergy is hard enough but multiple is tricky. I have copied in some info on gluten free options for you and I recommend checking ou...

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Hi J, Well done for your GP to even consider reflux, it’s great to hear, as a lot of times it isn’t- simply because signs can be so v...

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Hi, I am happy to help. That’s great that so far everything seems fine as you are decreasing the Losec. I agree you don’t need to go ...

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Hi, This won`t last she will soon be able to roll back by herself, meanwhile give her extra tummy time during the day to help her. It`s great s...

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Hi, It`s not uncommon for some new habits to form after an illness. It sounds like he is now relying on your comfort to settle and you may want ...

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Hi Del, We don`t recommend wrapping after 3 months and with Summer coming on and she is becoming more active now is a great time to remove the wr...

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Hi Marie, A baby should be able to sleep 7pm to 7am without an overnight feed from about 6 months on. A 10 pm rollover feed is given from 6 month...

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Hi, Around 8 months babys experience separation anxiety and can be difficult to settle. The settling program can take up to 3 weeks to work and m...

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Hi, Around 8 months babys experience separation anxiety and can be difficult to settle. Do be sure that when he falls asleep initially at night t...

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Hi Danielle, It really does seem he is associating sleep with the wrapping We don`t recommend wrapping after 3 months and with Summer coming on ...

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Hi Emma, I usually recommend making a big deal about moving to a big bed and decorate it with them and make them feel it is really special she ma...

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