This is a discussion on Edd march 2012 within the Year 2012 Mummy forum, part of the Mummy Meeting Place category; Originally Posted by Jaycee I also use the thin cotton stick for babies but I use olive oil to soften ...
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Thank you pehfam! on cleaning the ear wax, I just saw pediatrician last sat and she suggested to use cotten bud with baby oil too. she said can clean the inside but you need to put your pinkie against the cotten bud to prevent it from going too deep into the ear.
as for overnight diapers, anyone tried both merries and mamy poko? im wondering which one is better. been using mamy poko for night and merries/huggies for day. but merries is much slimmer so thought its better for the baby?
Can I know how often your baby pass motion? My baby seems like dont't pass motion everyday now. Sometimes even 2 days also didn't pass motion. Only pass on the 3rd day...@@
Hi, has anyone started on cereals? Would like to know the difference between starting with brown rice or white rice cereal and also which brand are you using? I wanted to start after 6 months but my baby has been refusing milk. Taking less than 800mls a day sometimes so pediatrician recommended me to start now.
As long as your baby dont't have those very hard poo which could means constipation guess not pooing everyday is fine.
I have a 5 months old daughter. I still BF her entirely through the night. She sleeps at 7pm every night and before that I will give her 5 OZ of formula. She usually last until 12-1 (sometimes earlier then that) then I'll give her both side of my breast. After that feed, she wakes up once every 2 hours and I realised after 5am, she wakes up even more frequently (sometimes once eery half hour) just to comfort suck.
Is it because she's sleeping too early??
How can I make her quit wakin up so often?
The thing is, she has this weird feeding issue, she refuses to be bottled fed by anyone else besides me too. I'm so stuck and deprived of sleep!!!
My son sleeps pretty late, used to be 11+ but now we are training him to sleep earlier. I breastfeed too but his last feed is formula n he normally sleeps until 7am. Even if he wakes up in e middle of the night, I will still feed formula. This is to let him sleep longer and over time, he gets used to it.
If you would like to give breast milk, mayb you can express to ensure she is eating enough. Mayb at night she is tired, so she will suckle until she sleeps even if she is still hungry, that's y she keeps waking up.
Another tip is also, in the day, let your daughter sleep in a brighter room. dont't close the curtains. This is to teach them to differentiate between day n night.
Hope it helps alittle
Me bring baby for 6-in-1 injection yesterday and given him the fever medication immediately as advised by Pediatrician as he had develop a fever previously for the 1st jab. He had been on medication for yesterday and today. So far doing quite well and no fever developed. Think tomorrow can stop the medication for him . His latest weight is 6.96kg...
Do you mummies wake your baby up for milk if he had slept past 12hr? I realise that if baby slept with my snoring hubby, he will keep waking up and cry at night due to the snoring sound but if my hubby slept in another room, he will sleep soundly till the next morning sometimes even past 12hr after the last feed so checking with you whether is there a need to wake him up if it is past 12hr or just let him auto wake up himself then feed him?