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awarded  Necromancer
Aug
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comment Our infant was sleeping through the night, but at 5 months old started waking up in the middle of the night; is this from starting to dream?
There could be other causes for such wakings such as teething pain to consider as well.
Aug
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Aug
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Jul
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answered What are the causes and remedies of constipation in toddlers?
May
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comment How to get toddler to eat eggs?
It isn't possible that he has an allergy or sensitivity to eggs, could he? If he did, it probably wouldn't matter how you prepared them, the "how they feel" in his mouth would still be itchy or causing soreness or something. But odds may be more likely that he just doesn't like the texture
Jan
24
answered How do you manage free time when you have kids?
Dec
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answered What should I do when my daughter's health is affected by the cats at my parents home when we visit?
Nov
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answered What do I do about the fact that my child can already read, write and do math before entering Kindergarten?
Nov
24
answered How does one “Toddler-proof” hotels while away from home?
Nov
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awarded  Commentator
Nov
24
comment What do you do when a relative heaps presents on her children at Christmas and Your kid's pile always looks paltry in comparison?
Yes, obviously, which ones work depend on the distance traveled, whose house you're at, etc. It would be difficult to ask her not to bring all the gifts to her own home. But maybe in consideration that everyone other than her is traveling with their gifts, and it's less practical to bring ginormous or plentiful gifts in the car, perhaps she could consider having her kids open a few of their gifts early so they can "share them with the cousins" before present opening and/or to shrink their piles a little bit. If you had something too big you'd probably open it at home too.
Nov
24
answered When should a child begin to learn knife skills for use in the Kitchen?
Nov
23
answered What do you do when a relative heaps presents on her children at Christmas and Your kid's pile always looks paltry in comparison?
Oct
26
answered What is the best way to give medicine to baby?
Oct
26
answered 5yr Old Has Trouble With Letters & Reading
Oct
11
comment My wife is pregnant again, does she need to stop breastfeeding our son?
Soymilk is a somewhat poor subsitute for breastmilk for a variety of reasons, and isn't any better than other liquids/solids. But a lengthy discussion of that would be better served in it's own question.
Oct
4
answered Are most half-day pre-school programs for stay-at-home parents, or are there options?
Sep
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awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
22
answered My 22mo son stuck a pinto bean up his nose. How should it be extracted?