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We offer the pacifier to help regulate his hiccups. Focusing on the sucking motion usually helps him get rid of his hiccups in a matter of minutes. Good luck!
Have you looked into putting in an IP camera instead? We have two of the Foscam FI8910W cameras, one in each child's room. We hooked them up to the wireless and then use any number of free or cheap apps to see the cameras on our phones, as well as just using the IP address assigned to the camera to view them on our laptops. We had one bad camera, which ...
I don't have personal experience as a parent of an adopted child, and I am not an adopted child, but, one of my best friends is adopted, and I feel as though sharing her situation/circumstances will give you the perspective that you are looking for. She was adopted by her parents when she was 4, and does have some memory of her life (with her mother) ...
We adopted our middle child and his older and younger sisters are biological. Out of the three, our son craves attention the most, by a factor of five. We were told in our fostering and adoption classes that is fairly typical. He doesn't remember the first year of his life when he didn't live with us, but it still subconsciously affects him. So, sibling ...
Supposedly, a sudden change in temperature or just being cold can cause hiccups in children. When you move your baby away from your body you may be exposing its front side to some loss of temperature which in turn may cause hiccups. Is your baby swaddled and dressed appropriately to your home temperature?
My baby had reflux so hiccuping was especially problematic for her as it churned things up EVEN More. So we had to work hard at getting all the gas out for her. We found the traditional burping position didn't actually do this. It was easier to burp her by placing her in a seated position on the adult's knee, with her legs dangling inward. Since I am ...
Hiccups are good for baby. It help the baby to grow. In my country (India), if hiccups are not comming, we use get worried :) So don't worry.
You should definitely call the lactation counselor if you haven't already. They will give individualized advice that no one here can. In addition, they will also provide some reassurance that your baby IS getting enough to eat, that you are doing ok, and that your baby is going to be ok. Call them. In the meantime: 1) Tickle the baby's feet 2) Change the ...
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