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Hi Rowena, You might read in some places that if they reject their meal then leave it at that. Personally I don’t think this is ideal. I...

Answered: 08 Nov 2007
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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 there, Without knowing any other details (age, feeding, diet etc) its hard to say what is going on here, I would pop into see your GP. It co...

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Hi there, It sounds like your bub is going great! It is generally recommended that you use his corrected age for such things as the timing of ...

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Hi Lou, It’s confusing, isn’t it, but honestly, there is no exact way of doing it. I wish there was as it would be so much easier for...

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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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...

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Hi, Often after an illness and we have given extra comfort some habits are created. The important thing is that he does settle in his own bed in...

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Hi Sarah, You are very lucky to have her sleeping through at this age and most won`t until 6 months of age. All babies are different and if you c...

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Hi, You are very lucky to have her sleeping through at this age and most won`t until 6 months of age. All babies are different but don`t be surp...

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Hi Kylie, Yes, you could do this and it will mean waking her during the day after about 11/2 to 2 hours nap. Try to follow a feed/play/sleep rout...

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Hi, Babies routines change alot and before you know it she will be doing something else. I know it`s hard but try to fit in around her current ro...

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Hi, You are lucky she sleeps through the night because usually when a baby or toddler is transferred once asleep this is why they wake through th...

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Hi Annette, Firstly you need to understand why he wakes. Because he doesn`t know how to sleep without you.The comfort of the feed is his sleep as...

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Hi, You are very lucky to have had her sleeping through at this age and most won`t until 6 months of age. All babies are different but don`t be...

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Hi, Often after an illness and we have given extra comfort some habits are created. The important thing is that she does settle in her own bed i...

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Hi Krystal, It`s hard to say why good sleeping patterns suddenly change. Perhaps if you need to get up at a certain time then he might be out of ...

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Firstly you need to understand why she wakes. Beacause she doesn`t know how to sleep without you. The comfort of the breast feed is her sleep assos...

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Hi, You would expect to be feeding 4 hourly and a good routine is feed/play/sleep and feeding 2,6,10,2,6,10 F/P/S allows you to feed when baby...

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Calming down before you speak with your children helps significantly. Often we are ineffective because of all the work we have to do - it is never ...

Answered: 01 Nov 2007
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Dear Julie, The symptoms of what is referred to as PND can occur at any time. Your experiences are perfectly normal. Please take some quiet time (2...

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Dear Amanda, Are you tired? Do you get a lot of time for yourself? Do you spend lots of time with your husband? Are others telling you that you are...

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He will probably do better at school. If he has been constipated that might be contributing as the experience will be upleasant and he will be hold...

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Its is so hard being a mum. All the rules change. We need to learn to be part of a family, a system that changes all the time and a lot of the thin...

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For a better night sleep do the basics - eat well, drink water, socialise, physical activity ( walking to the park is great). With the anxiety you ...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. This sounds fine. Don`t be too concerned about weight during pregnancy and try to eat healthy foods and not too m...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Your feelings are very normal and are to be expected with your friend having had such a terrible thing happen to ...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. Please talk to your Early Childhood Health Clinic for ongoing support. Babies are generally unsettled at this tim...

Answered: 01 Nov 2007
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Hi Silvana, Here is a great website that offers safe foods for pregnancy and breast feeding. Best wishes, Alex.

Answered: 01 Nov 2007