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Jun
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asked What should I be teaching my two year old?
Jun
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asked Toddler likes to hurt herself?
Jun
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Jun
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comment Is my pediatrician missing something about my 3 month old's gas pain?
Does the gas pain return when you drink the milk? I'd try to be sure. I love milk, and would want to know if I am skipping it for no reason...
Jun
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comment Is my pediatrician missing something about my 3 month old's gas pain?
Try skipping nuts today and see what happens :) Then start the process of "which nut is driving the little one nuts!?!?" :)
May
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May
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comment Is my pediatrician missing something about my 3 month old's gas pain?
Also, from my understanding, there is no "one list" of food that a mother should avoid. Orange juice for some babies is perfectly fine, but not fine for a select few. Same goes with anything else. It's absurd for anyone to eliminate hundreds of nutritious foods because it MIGHT be gaseous. Its better to just figure out what that one food is that is bothering your child...and try to limit that. (Eat in smaller doses, perhaps.)
May
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comment Is my pediatrician missing something about my 3 month old's gas pain?
I didn't take them as combative :) For the 4 month thing: my 8 month old daughter has gas now and then depending on what I feed her. She is exclusively breastfed...I ate something that gave ME gas and it gave it to her too. She wasn't pleased.
May
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answered Is my pediatrician missing something about my 3 month old's gas pain?
May
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answered Can the statement “Pacifier use causes increased risk of some kind of dental problem.” be backed up by any statistics?
May
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comment Does/can it have a negative effect, if newborns/infants are exposed to background noise (TV, …) while awake or sleeping?
Really interesting question. Can't wait for someone to provide insight!
May
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comment What can be done if a breastfed newborn baby drinks too slowly?
Is he awake the whole time that he is eating?
May
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comment How to react when a child is in a dangerous situation which requires immediate reaction?
I only yell loudly when she gets herself in dangerous situations. She attributes "momma loud" = "stop" so she always stops....
May
12
comment How can I stop bad language in the home?
Relevant: parenting.stackexchange.com/questions/103/…
May
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revised How can I stop bad language in the home?
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May
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comment How to keep Glasses on when Breastfeeding/Feeding
With experience, she will/should be able to breastfeed practically hands-free. In fact, she'll be able to manage to eat, cook, type, etc. -- all while breastfeeding.
May
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reviewed Approve How do you help children resist social/peer pressure?
May
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reviewed Approve Why is my baby crying?
May
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revised How do I motivate my 8-year-old to practice the piano regularly?
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comment Any suggestions on how to control yelling and negativity on our part, and also teach my 8 yr old son to not feel so helpless and cry so easily?
I highly recommend a calendar like this: amazon.com/The-2012-Magnetic-Calendar-15519/dp/1608973557. We have one. It goes on our fridge. All doctor appointments, events, vacations - everything goes on there. Makes sure everyone knows whats going on. As for the breakfast problem - timer approach may work for you, but also try reversing the schedule. i.e. breakfast BEFORE shower. Took too long to eat? Well, I guess you're going to the school stinky! A kid would much rather go hungry (which peers don't see) rather than stinky (which peers do see). Try it ;)