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Hi Mandy, Fussy eating can really have you pulling your hair out! I have a six year old who is showing signs of coming out of it, but only glimpse...

Answered: 15 May 2009
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Hi There, Its very normal for toddlers to be fussy, but when you say not eat, I am wondering just to what extent you mean. If you little one is ...

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Hi There, It sounds to me that you are going just fine and calcium isn`t an issue. It isn’t all that uncommon that toddlers simply refuse ...

Answered: 15 May 2009
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Hi Melka, You still have a little longer to go. Generally beyond 4 months is a minimum for solids as baby`s healthy intestinal bacteria haven`t r...

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Hi There, That`s so great that your toddler loves a nice healthy food. As they say all things in moderation. Generally two pieces of fruit a day...

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Hi There, To be honest I really cant blame bubs who turn their noses up at infant cereal. Generally it is pretty bland goo. Just to ensure you ...

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Hi There, Well done to you! Carob is fabulous for little ones, we have carob bites in the cupboard a lot (organic puffed rice covered in carob). ...

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Hi There, Well done for tracking the culprit down. One question worth posing is if there is a dose issue. So for example, can your toddler eat f...

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Hi There, Its not uncommon for bubs to refuse their milk, so you are not alone. You are doing the right thing by offering baby her milk first and...

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Hi Melissa, Yes 14-18 months is the most common point that fussy eating hits, and I totally hear you, I have a fussy foodie myself. I still sneak...

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Hi Debbie, That`s fantastic about your bub’s weight! I am thrilled for you!!! Re the reaction, if the reaction doesn`t happen each time h...

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Hi There, Its interesting to see now that research is suggesting that reactions to rice can be just as severe if not worse than those to cows&rsqu...

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Hi Kelsey, Like most things with bubs they all happen at slightly different times. You may find that baby needs a little while longer to firstly ...

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Hi There, the most common time to start water is with solids. While some breastfeed bubs who are starting solids are fine with an extra feed, mos...

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Hi There, Interestingly enough, it seems reactions to rice can be just as severe, and sometimes worse than reactions to dairy and its not as un-co...

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Hi There, I am taking it that you are asking how to introduce cows’ milk and which cows’ milk is best? A great way to transition to c...

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Hi There, I totally understand, I found breastfeeding a steep learning curve with my first. I would recommend a lactation consultant. Your CHN s...

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Hi Lisa, This has now become a habit to wake for the bottle. I would definitely stop offering the drink if you want things to change. Try our sett...

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Hi, All children thrive on routine and boundaries set so if you can incorporate a regular routine this is best. Keep in mind when a chid falls as...

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Hi Kylie, Babies routine will often change without notice. If you continue with resettling techniques rather than feeding this should get her back...

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Hi Tiffany, Controled comdforting techniques are hard to do and not for everyone. For them to work you need to be consistent with every sleep day ...

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Hi Emily, Firstly try a sleeping bag they are great and you know baby is warm. You would still expect to be offering one overnight feed but for o...

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Hi Michelle, These things are all her sleep associations and for things to change your daughter will need to make changes and perhaps with your he...

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Hi, These sorts of exercises are great during pregnancy. It is good to try to use these muscles during pregnancy as they help strengthen your back...

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Hi, Engagement is sometimes called ‘lightening’ as it may ease some of the pressure under your ribs – when the baby drops it sit...

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Hi, This is a very low risk and you have a very good chance of the amniocentesis results being normal. Try not to worry too much you are doing eve...

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Hi Tania, It is really up to you when you start to try for another baby. If you are breast feeding this may affect your ovulation so it may take a...

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Hi, Any medications need to be checked with your pharmacist or GP during pregnancy. SO please check with them. Warm baths are fine during pregnanc...

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Hi Kellie, Sometimes there are sleeping difficulties during pregnancy. You could try to get some regular exercise such as walking or swimming and ...

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Hi Melanie, You may have some nerve pressure form the extra fluid that is present in your body. It is best that you visit your GP for a check up a...

Answered: 08 May 2009