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Leann...
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Hi Erin, It isnt so common for a bub on formula to feed so often, generally as formula is more dense than breastmilk bubs can go for longer betwee...

Answered: 15 Nov 2008
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Hi Sally, Strictly be guided by tired signs and settle who ever shows signs first. If you follow our settling program the techniques we use offer ...

Answered: 15 Nov 2008
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Hi, If you are worried then it is best to get it checked out. If it is something new he may be teething to have an ear infection. Best wishes,...

Answered: 08 Nov 2008
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Hi Kim, I wonder if it is more common on the days when she has less formula? As her range of formula spans from 560mls to 840mls this may account ...

Answered: 08 Nov 2008
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Hi Kate, The Huggies Bookclub has a great range of books for talking about a new baby in the family. There`s a `quick search` link at the botto...

Answered: 08 Nov 2008
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Hi Verity, Some babies are just poor daytime sleepers but you could try our settling techniques to resettle him.It does seem he is still tired if ...

Answered: 08 Nov 2008
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Hi Allison, You can`t hold back natural progression he will continue to develop and be able to roll back again soon enough, meanwhile give him lot...

Answered: 08 Nov 2008
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Hi Amelia, Try incorporating a 10pm rollover feed as this will give you confidence later when he wakes that he has had a feed and you can go strai...

Answered: 01 Nov 2008
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Hi Lesley, It does make it more difficult when you are sharing a room as Max will be sensing your presence. Wait till you can put him in his own r...

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Hi, Controlled comforting techniques are very difficult to do and not for everyone. You need to be persistent with following the techniques. No d...

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Hi Emma, You would expect your son to be sleeping 7pm to 7am at this age and it may be about this time he could begin to drop the daytime nap. Eve...

Answered: 29 Oct 2008
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Hi Tess, Lilly is probably experiencing 8 month separation anxiety which won`t be helping. You are right she is too big to be wrapped now so I wou...

Answered: 29 Oct 2008
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Hi, I would recommend you follow a feed/play/sleep routine then implement our settling techniques when she shows tired signs. You can get details ...

Answered: 29 Oct 2008
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Hi, She is definitely getting enough sleep, though at this age you might expect one morning nap and one afternoon nap. Always be guided by tired s...

Answered: 22 Oct 2008
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Hi Kylie, At present it may be even harder as Bryce is probably going through 8 month separation anxiety. He is relying on your comfort to fall as...

Answered: 22 Oct 2008
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Hi Marie, He is telling you he doesn`t want this nap anymore so don`t make a battle out of it, have an early dinner prepared so he doesn`t end up ...

Answered: 22 Oct 2008
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Hi, The most important thing you can do is make sure she settles into bed awake and without you initially at night or else she will wake on her li...

Answered: 22 Oct 2008
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Hi Kristy, They can be wrong so it is up to you! Most likely they are correct but mistakes have been made. Best wishes, Alex

Answered: 15 Oct 2008
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Hi, You really need to have missed a period before a test will show up as the hormone levels have to be high enough to register. Best wishes, ...

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Hi There, At one time tomatoes weren`t a favourite for solids, but now with our knowledge on all the lovely benefits from tomatoes our beliefs hav...

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Hi Christina, You are on the money with the three months. Freshly expressed breastmilk will last for between three and five days in the refrigera...

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Hi, Thank you so much for your feedback. I really appreciate it and I am so happy to hear that you found a strategy that was so helpful. Glenda

Answered: 15 Oct 2008
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Hi, It does seem like this feed has become a habit and she associates this with sleep at 1-2am If you want to break the habit and she is old enoug...

Answered: 15 Oct 2008
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Hi Kristie, He seems very strong willed and I think he is making a game of it now seeking your presence. I would be inclined to try ignoring him a...

Answered: 15 Oct 2008
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Hi, She has no doubt been going through 8 month separation anxiety also recently and this won`t be helping but will pass. The bowel motion is to g...

Answered: 15 Oct 2008
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Hi Kristy, You are extremely lucky that she does sleep through the night because usually a baby that is rocked and fed to sleep wakes frequently. ...

Answered: 15 Oct 2008
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Hi Joanne, When offering her a bottle back to sleep she associates this with sleep and will continue to wake for it. When she goes down to sleep i...

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Hi Amada, Do make sure she is settled awake into her cot initially at night that`s very important. It would seem she is just looking for your pre...

Answered: 08 Oct 2008
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Hi, With daylight saving this weekend you can take thanks that you may get an hour extra sleep in but she is having a good amount of sleep and unf...

Answered: 08 Oct 2008
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Hi, Feed/Play/Sleep means you feed baby when they wake (and due) then you play and watch for tired signs, as soon as baby shows tired signs you ...

Answered: 08 Oct 2008