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Maree...
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Hi, You could go cold turkey and just completely remove it or you can use it to settle but remove it before sleep comes so it`s not the last thin...

Answered: 15 Nov 2007
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Hi, Yes you can teach a good settle routine from newborn and the best way to tell the different cries is to follow a feed /play /sleep routine. T...

Answered: 15 Nov 2007
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Hi, It makes it really hard to implement any settle program when baby has been so ill. I would only suggest you speak to your doctor about any se...

Answered: 15 Nov 2007
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Hi, From about 6 months on a baby should be able to sleep 7pm to 7am without an overnight feed so I would guess that this has become a sleep asso...

Answered: 15 Nov 2007
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Hi, You might expect one daytime nap but he may also be ready to drop this daytime nap altogether so during this transition time be guided by tir...

Answered: 15 Nov 2007
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Hi Cindy, This is probably also to do with how they go to sleep initially, they need to fall asleep independently so when they wake on their ligh...

Answered: 15 Nov 2007
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Hi - it seems so difficult doesnt it? You have tried so many things and have your hands full with the two young children. I would like to suggest s...

Answered: 08 Nov 2007
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Dear Helen, This is really difficult to deal with and I remember the isolation of being a new parent (and counting the weeks of my firstborn - it...

Answered: 08 Nov 2007
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Hi - there are so many things I want to say to you. I am really sorry to hear about your mother. This is an important part of your experiences toda...

Answered: 08 Nov 2007
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Hi Nicole, Thank you for your enquiry. I am sorry but I am not sure what you may be describing. It is probably best to contact your carer or hosp...

Answered: 08 Nov 2007
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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Gestational diabetes is a metabolic disorder and is not caused by the food that you eat. It can be made worse if ...

Answered: 08 Nov 2007
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Hi Eileen, Thank you for your enquiry. If she is breast fed she will not get constipated and she will go when she is ready. If she is formula fed...

Answered: 08 Nov 2007
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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. It sounds as if you may need to consult a lactation consultant who will be able to assess your situation and prov...

Answered: 08 Nov 2007
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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. SIDS NSW recommends that you place a baby to sleep on its back. You can place an object that the baby can look at...

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Hi Danielle, Thank you for your enquiry. If you want to take a supplement during pregnancy then it is advisable to take one that is suited to pre...

Answered: 08 Nov 2007
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Hi There, So your toddler is just over the 50th percentile, has she always been around this or has there been a change in her growth? So...

Answered: 08 Nov 2007
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Hi There, Personally I would keep ensuring her diet progresses normally, adding in more variety and slowly increasing the coarseness. Bab...

Answered: 08 Nov 2007
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Hi There, Yes toddlers can certainly be creative with the meals you have slaved over. Have you tried just offering her a very small plate ...

Answered: 08 Nov 2007
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Hi there, Well you have come to the right gal. I have just finished a book on fussy eating recipes, it was out of sheer desperation that it c...

Answered: 08 Nov 2007
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Hi there, Ah yes the fussy eating stage, ugh. I really don’t have any tricks for this one, the usual things apply (see tips box below whi...

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Hi there, Arrr, 9 months is a great stage there are soooo many more foods you can now offer your bub, yeah! I have included part of a chart b...

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Hi there, There is SOOOOO much info out there on solids that it is almost confusing, I did a handy tip sheet for Huggies on starting solids with...

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Hi there, Sounds to me as though you are on the right track, don’t be swayed by the well-meaning advice of others. Yes traditionally bub ...

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Hi Jacqui, Are yes the fussy eating stage, ugh. I really don’t have any tricks for this one, the usual things apply (see tips box below w...

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Hi Katie, You must be an extremely good friend to want to seek help for Ashton and your friend. It must be extremely frustrating and difficult ...

Answered: 08 Nov 2007
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Hi, I am so sorry that you have gone through all this on your own, and I am not surprised you came close to having a breakdown!! I am constantly ...

Answered: 08 Nov 2007
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Hi Karen, It does make it more difficult to implement the changes whilst still in your room, so I would definitely wait. She may still be hungry ...

Answered: 08 Nov 2007
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Maree...
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Hi, Don`t make a battle out of the daytime nap. Try resettling for 15mins and if no luck get him up and try again later. Cheers, Maree

Answered: 08 Nov 2007
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Hi, The dummy may have become his sleep association and you may need to get rid of it. Try following our settling program and include a feed/play...

Answered: 08 Nov 2007
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Hi Carmen, This is her sleep association and unfortunately when you make a change like this it comes with much protest. I think you need to make ...

Answered: 08 Nov 2007