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Hi, Yes pretty much all foods are fine for him, just the odd exceptions such as raw fish, but much of this depends on culture rather than anyt...

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Hi There, I would have to suggest that you pop in to see either your GP or a dietitian on this one. Given the medical nature of this disease ...

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Hi Tania, It is very much about leading a horse to water. Yes that amount of formulas is likely to be fine for him, but having said that it m...

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Hi, It is really normal that they refuse foods that once caused them a bit of discomfort, probably the lumpy/coarser foods. You could wait a ...

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Hi There, Sounds like you are onto it already with what you are doing and seeing a naturopath. Yes it is time and keep in mind that what you ...

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Hi There, It does make it trickier with the refusal of cheese and yoghurt. I am guessing you have tried other calcium-enriched drinks like ri...

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Hi, You are right to feel a bit uncomfortable with the Milo, not just the sugar but additives and the caffeine aren’t ideal at his age. ...

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Hi Khillikia, How fantastic, you must be thrilled! Vitamin C and magnesium rich foods have been shown to reduce miscarriage. Don’t fo...

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Oh crikey, you poor things to have gone through all that once would have been enough! I think in many ways you have hit the nail on the head usin...

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Hi Fiona, To be honest at this early age rice cereal is most ideal because it has an excellent absorbent form of iron, once you start baby on ...

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Hi Marianne, I really do understand why it is confusing, there are so many mixed messages about what you should wean to and why. In fact you...

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Hi There, What were you giving your toddler? Who was it hat suggested this? Sorry just wondering about the details here, just in case there is ...

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Hi There, Yes sounds like is just her thing she likes. Just a couple of thoughts, is she tired at her evening meal? If so maybe bring the meal ...

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Hi Nicole, I so understand why you are feeling desperate with this. Can I just ask if your little one has had all the usual bowel tests? They ...

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Hi There, Yes so common that they self-wean. Trust him and go with it, I am guessing he is a good eater and is probably getting lots of variety ...

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Hi There, This is my personal slant on it, avoid the battles… don’t worry about the solids just yet, you still have time to allow bu...

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Hi There, Yes you are ‘right on the money’, milk has a lot of calories and can fill up little tummies and displace meals as you are f...

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Hi, That`s not necessarily an easy question to answer (esp as I`ve no idea how old he is). My first thought is that it would be important to talk...

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Hi, Try following our settling program it will take you step by step through the settling techniques. (see link at the top of this page). ...

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Hi, Do be sure you settle him awake into his cot initially at night so he learns to sleep indpendently that will be the key. If you are patting h...

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Hi, I wish I did have an easy solution unfortunatley I can only offer a hard solution! You could try our settling program which also includes a 1...

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Hi Jenny, Having the grommets put in may have upset the routine and the extra comfort we give at the time can create some unwanted habit. Our set...

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Hi Kirsty, He`s not a good eater during the day because he is full up from the overnight feeding so you need to turn this around by stopping the ...

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Hi, An overtired baby is harder to settle. Try our settling program and follow a feed/play/sleep routine so you know when she is tired and can ac...

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Hi, your daughter isnt a bully as she is 2 and doing what other normal 2 year olds do. You seem to be managing the situation well regarding her beh...

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Hi Suzie, The best advice I can give in this forum is to spend lots of time with your husband. It is really vital to draw strength from one another...

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Hi - this is difficult. I assume the child is healthy and of normal development. There are a range of approaches to try: check your child`s feeling...

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Hi Sally, Unfortunately at around this time (10-12 wks) is a really difficult time for babies as they really love whatever they have been used to a...

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Dear Deb, With little ones, (and even us big ones) we get easily irritated when we are out of our routine, have little control over situations, are...

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Hi, you are both really caring parents and this makes it truly difficult as you are trying to be firm in an area that also makes you feel uncomfort...

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