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Hi Kody, I have to say you have asked a question that most remain divided over. There is some research (a handful of articles) now to suggest we s...

Answered: 01 May 2009
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Hi Catherine, I think you have bought up an interesting point, its one that I often talk about with friends, that there is so much conflicting adv...

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Hi, I’m sorry that things are so tough for you and your little girl. I’m sorry too that your doctor doesn’t seem to understand w...

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Hi Kylie, It sounds like your little boy is very uncomfortable, though despite that, it sounds like you are doing a great job. Well done for conti...

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Hi, Has your son been diagnosed with reflux? If not I’d recommend that you speak to your doctor about the possibility of reflux (and keep pe...

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Hi Bell, If you can try to separated them for a couple of weeks while you get a new routine happening for baby. Try our It`s Time To Sleep techniq...

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Hi Tiffany, You may still expect to offer one overnight feed for a little longer but for other waking try resettling using our It`s time To Sleep ...

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Hi, This is hard because you really don`t want to make a battle out of it a 5am, perhaps just enjoy the cuddle time. Cheers, Maree

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Hi, It may be time to get rid of the dummy, try using our settling techniques instead of offering the dummy to teach her to sleep independently. ...

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Hi, I think you are doing the right thing and it seems to be working for you. Just be sure you resettle her awake into the cot and this way she wi...

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Hi Jasmine, Sometimes a baby will regress to try you out they liked it the old way! Keep up the settling and use the techniques as soon as baby sh...

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Hi, I recommend you follow a feed/play/sleep routine and always resettle baby awake into the cot after a night feed. You would expect to feed 4 ho...

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Hi Jessica, I recommend you follow a feed/play/sleep routine and always resettle baby awake into the cot after a night feed. You would expect to f...

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Hi, It is difficult when your partner does not agree with a change of routine and when you don`t want to disturb other siblings. Perhaps you shou...

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Hi, Try having dinner at 5pm and bath time at 5.30pm to keep him up that bit longer and then a feed and small play and down by 7pm. Cheers, Maree

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Hi, Try following our It`s Time To Sleep settling program it will teach baby to sleep independently. Try to incorporate a feed/play/sleep routine ...

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Hi There, One allergy can be hard, let alone mltiple, but at least you have the culprits determined. Generally egg yolk iswell tolerated, but tri...

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Hi Danielle, I totally hear you, one of the common quotes I use is `a happy mum is a happy bub/child`. It is of the utmost importance to look aft...

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Hi There, By supplement I am guessing you mean formula. Yes you can use it for baby`s foods, though small amounts of milk and milk-alternatives a...

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Hi Kath, Just on the question of baby yoghurts, just between you and me (tee hee) I defer to the label, if you read the label and it has a long li...

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Hi There, Ham tend to have not only a lot of sodium (salt) but also nitrates, so it does tend o be a parent call on this one. If you do offer it,...

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Hi There, You have done the right thing working milk down and likely t was in fact part of the cycle, but it is also possible that your todler nee...

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Hi There, Much of what we eat can be driven by personality as you have found You can do all the right stuff butstill end up with a fussy foodie, ...

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Hi There, I am guessing that as your toddler can tolerate small amounts of dairy that he has a lactose intolerance, which iseasier than a cows` mi...

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Hi There, Firstly, there is reasonable support for the timely introduction of all food groups as apposed to avoidance. It seems that the sudden r...

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Hi Bec, Sounds like you have a little girl who is enjoying her `food` either way, so that`sa good sign. Yes you are right breast milk is still h...

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Hi There, Until your bub is 12 months plus it is not recommended to offer him any other milk except breast or formula. None of the other milks or...

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Hi Michelle, Snacking is an important part of nutrition for all of us, and more so for children who can only store about 3 hours worth of energy i...

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Hi Navreet, I am guessing it is fussy eating that you are describing? Fussy eating can really have you pulling your hair out! I have a six year ...

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