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Hungry ? (She drinks her last bottle of milk around 8pm.) Could well be hungry. Offer her more milk (when she cries in the night) and see if it helps. Maybe teething? (every night, don't think so) Could be every night. Tried teething gel? Tried baby painkiller e.g. Calpol Infant? On a scale of 1 to 10 (where "1" is "I am mildly concerned ...


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To add to Ida's answer. We had the random luck to talk to someone who is a psychologist and she explained the "way he thinks" about me leaving. He's got used to me leaving for long periods so now every time I leave he thinks it will be that long He thinks that if he clings to me, I can't leave without him Whereas its extremely rare for mum to leave, ...


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A few things to keep in mind: Kids go through phases of who they like 'the most'. That is normal, and you have to accept it. I can be hard - but it doesn't mean they don't like you at all. Your wife might see more crying since she is with him for more hours. (It sounds like she stays home with him) It can also be that your wife is correcting him when he ...


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You need to take your child to his doctor. These are not the signs of reflux in an infant. While your baby is young still, these might be the signs of illnesses that begin in infancy. If your baby is eating enough, gaining weight, doesn't appear to have an acute illness (i.e. these symptoms are not brand new over the past couple of days), please consider ...



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