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Hi, Try settling a little earlier as soon as he show tired signs as you may be settling him too late. Babies learn from repetition. A sleeping ba...

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Hi Veronica, I`m wondering what would happen if you left the door open? I would try leaving it open and a night light so he can see his surroundin...

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Hi Sam, This is probably still about attention seeking and you need to avoid any bad habits with resettling her until she adjusts as you have your...

Answered: 08 Mar 2008
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Hi Kristy, I`m not sure how old Zac is but try our settling techniques in his cot for the appropriate age group. Cheers, Maree

Answered: 08 Mar 2008
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Hi Katrina, Don`t make a battle out of it when you are out. Follow the routine at home always and just do what ever makes for a peaceful outing. ...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. I am sorry but I am unaware of where you may obtain this product. Please enquire at a local baby retail outlet as ...

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Hi Bex, This is the normal newborn rash that the majority of babies get at this age. It will spontaneously disappear in about a week. Try not to s...

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Hi Sarah, Thank you for your enquiry. It is fine to take a newborn travelling. It is actually a good age as they tend to just sleep and eat at thi...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. It can take several months for your periods to return and then to become regular. Everyone is different so I am so...

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Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. If you are experiencing this regularly you need to have a check up. If it was a one off it could be related to som...

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Hi, It is expected that you will feel movements at around 16 weeks with your second pregnancy. You know what to expect and you are more aware of t...

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Hi, I would pop into see your GP as soon as you can and just explain the situation, white isn’t a usual colour for poo and there can be many...

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Hi, During this transition time each day can be different so act on tired signs, avoid late arvo naps and have an early dinner prepared on those d...

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Hi, It can become a bit of a cycle so this will take hard work from you and persistence in waking him during the day. I`m not sure how old he is b...

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Hi, You have got him going down well at night and it would be a shame for this waking to become a habit of having a battle to resettle. Try our se...

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Hi, It is often a lot to do with the way baby goes down initially. It is important baby settles awake into the cot so they learn to resettle thems...

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Hi, He simply doesn`t know how to sleep without you and changing this habit of his current sleep associations will take time and effort. If you we...

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Hi Debbie, Often we try so many things that we end up sending mixed messages, confusing both baby and ourself about how and where baby should slee...

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Hi Lynda, Don`t make a battle out of the second nap, it is about this time that they drop to one nap. Give her some quiet time with a darkened lou...

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Hi Erin, She needs to fall asleep on her own initially so she can settle herself later when waking on her light sleep (as we all do) It will be a...

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Hi, Tell what you are doing during this hour of screaming and how she eventually settles. Cheers, Maree

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Hi Yvonne, These are her sleep associations and she is winning the battle over you. When you lay with her and then leave she wakes on her light sl...

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Hi, I think you could do with some one on one support. I would highly recommend Rhonda Abrahams for in house consultation if you are in Melbourne....

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Hi, One good 2 hour early afternoon nap would be ideal. Cheers, Maree

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Hi, Probably just catching up, you may find she will drop to one daytime nap over the next few months. Cheers, Maree

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Hi Sarah, So long as he is healthy, feeding well and gaining weight you should enjoy the luxury of sleep for now (it may not last!) Cheers, Maree

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Hi, This is her slep association and if you want to change this you should expect protest from her. Controlled comforting is not an easy program t...

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Hi, This is his sleep association and when he wakes and your hand is not there he doesn`t know how to resettle without you. Teaching him to sleep ...

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Hi, She is probably experiencing 8 months separation anxiety and this will pass, so long as you don`t create any bad settling habits along the way...

Answered: 01 Mar 2008