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Tuesday, October 13th 2009, 4:49pm

Author: Missy

constantly falling over

Lauren can trip over her shadow! Seriously, she was stood still the other day and all of a sudden fell down on her bottom! Is Jamie too engrossed in other things to be thinking about putting one foot infront of the other, or in too much of a hurry to get where he wants to be and is just rushing? How are his other motor skills? Like catching a ball if you roll it to him? Are his reactions delayed if he is focusing or is it when he is charging around that he falls? How are you stranger? xxx

Tuesday, April 7th 2009, 1:43pm

Author: Missy

Need some advice on weaning

I would get all of your veg introduced as soon as possible, so yes brussels, broccoli cauli etc is fine At 6 months you can start to introduce dairy and meats but make sure you are only still introducing one food at a time to look out for any allergies When M eats if he mashes the food between his gums rather than just bolt it down then you can start to introduce food of a more sloppy consistency rather than paste Keep up the good work, I have been mixing the foods Z has already had together so ...

Monday, April 6th 2009, 7:38am

Author: Missy

Neighbours from Hell, or is it me?

They sound completely unreasonable, have you ever had any cross words with them in the past? How has your relationship been with them before? Are they a young couple and how long have they lived there? There are lots of ways you can deal with this, but I would recommend not getting into a game with them, and also if possible avoid confrontation as this can provoke all kinds of neighbour wars! Can you write them a note now that a few days have passed, play the bigger person and calmly explain aga...

Wednesday, April 1st 2009, 8:43pm

Author: Missy

Just a quickie about Eczema

Hi Treez, you can use Fucidin for 7 days at a time but leave a reasonable gap in between as its a steroid which thins the skin We've just ended up with hydrocortisone which has worked wonders in just a day xxx

Tuesday, March 31st 2009, 9:47am

Author: Missy

Baby Eczma

I have had to ring the docs about Zacks face this morning, he has scratched really deep into his face and made it bleed. I've been trying to get an appointment for days but its been really busy. Our Gp gave me a call back and he's prescribing some steroid cream for us to try for 7 days now as he's had oilutam cream and aquaeous cream but they only keep it down rather than resloving it. Hopefully this will get rid of it and give my little man some peace xxx

Monday, March 30th 2009, 7:51pm

Author: Missy

Brown Blood

I can reassure you that like has already been said, although it isn't normal it is common. I bled right the way through my last two pregnancies, from start to finish I had bleeds every few weeks, sometimes they were very heavy too. They could never see where the blood was actually coming from so I never got an actual explanation but both my two were born healthy I hope it stops for you soon so you can enjoy the rest of your pregnancy xxx

Monday, March 30th 2009, 4:39pm

Author: Missy

Anyone know a good cradle cap treatment?

Quoted Originally posted by Michelle Missy - with the aqueous cream, do you leave it to soak in overnight or wash it off before bed? I have some diprobase cream here which i think is more or less the same thing isn't it. It's quite a bad case of it and i've seen many over the years (although in babies over three months old so i guess it's already started to clear by then.) It doesn't bother her at all and obviously i know not to pick at it due to risk of infection but it just doesn't look nice ...

Sunday, March 29th 2009, 11:11am

Author: Missy

Anyone know a good cradle cap treatment?

I tried the olive oil method, it didn't work Cradle cap is exzema of the scalp and if picked it can become infected and itchy. In the end I smothered Z's head in aqueous cream at night time and washed it off with a shampoo called infaderm. It is quite expensive at £5 but a little goes a long way and his head is almost clear now xxx

Sunday, March 29th 2009, 10:58am

Author: Missy

Happy 2nd Birthday Max!

Happy birthday Max! Hope you all have a lovely day xxx

Friday, March 27th 2009, 9:51pm

Author: Missy

Present from work

What about some vouchers for a photography studio so that you can have some family portraits done when baby arrives? xxx

Monday, March 23rd 2009, 2:17pm

Author: Missy

Boy Girl stats

I've put a little poll on for you to keep track!

Thursday, March 19th 2009, 12:56pm

Author: Missy

Thoughts for a friend

So soon to be born,but as the girls have said though plenty of babies born at this stage now have the chance to thrive thanks to modern medicine, and potential problems are now seen and sorted much earlier than they used to be Keeping my fingers crossed that baby Lilly continues to grow stronger with each day and that she is home soon with Mummy xxx

Thursday, March 19th 2009, 12:20pm

Author: Missy

Sleep problems again

oooh that is sweet!

Wednesday, March 18th 2009, 9:28pm

Author: Missy

39 weeks and head not engaged

Hi Hope, glad all is going as it should, your MW was very naughty to panic you about the cord, although in honesty I do think they were right to ensure that all of the things mentioned were not preventing your baby from engaging. My son was unstable lie for the last 10 days of my pregnancy and after being delivered by C-section we found out why - he was 10lb 3oz with a head the size of a melon Soooo glad he came out the sunroof in the end! Lol! But, if this is your 1st baby there is plenty of ti...

Wednesday, March 18th 2009, 2:56pm

Author: Missy

Sleep problems again

It is a good point actually, she likes the pixar ones such as Ice Age, Happy Feet and thinking about it they are pretty tame. Even the Aristocats and Oliver are pretty good. She likes the Lion King as its mainly singing but the seawitch in Little Mermaid I suppose really is scary to a 3 year old. She also wanted to read Beauty and the Beast before bed last night but I swapped it for Ouch, I need a plaster and she went off ok until about 4am. In honesty I never actually realised that she was taki...

Tuesday, March 17th 2009, 6:15pm

Author: Missy

Sleep problems again

Lol! Landi I still tuck my feet under the duvet for the same reason! Funnily enough Lolly has started pulling the duvet right over her head aswell! If I can't get through to her and she doesn't settle I will have to threaten to beat the witches up! Rose, OMG school!! Time has flown chick, I remember being on the 0-1 boards like it was yesterday! xxx

Tuesday, March 17th 2009, 3:49pm

Author: Missy

Sleep problems again

Hello Mrs! This afternoon she came back from nursery and said she is scared of the witch on little mermaid, so no more disney dvd's for a while How on earth do you explain pretend to a 3 year old? She doesn't get it at all

Tuesday, March 17th 2009, 12:06pm

Author: Missy

Sleep problems again

Thanks for that hun, she already has one of those go glow bed torch thingies, she did ask for the landing light to be left on the other day, but the problem is that Zacks cot is right in the doorway which means it would be really bright over him and there is no way of movng the room around They have not long been sharing the bedroom, we swapped rooms about a month ago and redecorated it with a night garden theme. She seemed to settle really well at first but maybe this is a bit of a delayed reac...

Monday, March 16th 2009, 6:53pm

Author: Missy

Sleep problems again

Lollys never been a great sleeper. After months of getting into bed with us it took 3 nights of non stop taking her back to her own bed to get our own bed back. She was then fab at staying in her own bed for the following weeks until about 2 weeks ago. She is now saying that there are witches in her bedroom and literally screams blue murder when you try and take her upto bed. We have been turning all the lights on, looking under the bed, behind the curtains and doors etc to show her that nothing...

Monday, March 9th 2009, 6:39pm

Author: Missy

help im so confused

Righto hunny, firstly the best thing to bear in mind is there is no rush to introduce new foods. You do it slowly at your own pace, allowing a good gap of 2-3 days between new foods to keep track of any reactions Right now, its still all about the milk for nutrition, so don't worry about striking a healthy balance etc - this is L's chance to learn all about new textures and tastes To prepare his tummy you must first line it and ready it for receiving solid food. This is where your baby rice step...




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