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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSudgestionator View Post
    At that age I'd just strive for a "feed, play, sleep" routine.

    Feed for as long as she wants.
    'play'/awake until she's sleepy
    Feed or rock/settle to sleep.

    At 3 weeks most bubs just want to eat & sleep.

    If you've got to leave the house 3 times a day, personally I'd be feeding before the car trip & hoping for a car nap. Feeding once we get home & Hoping for another nap.
    This. ^^

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    First, dont be too worried about a routine. I have 3 kids, and a patern usually emerged after about 4 months. Also check out your diet. My second had problems, I had to cut out many foods. go to www.fedup.com.au

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    I wouldn't be trying to get her into too much of a routine just yet, firstly because she's only really at 3 weeks old and secondly because until the reflux is a little under control a routine probably wouldn't help too much.

    I know that's probably not what you want to hear and I hated people telling me to not expect too much from my premmies, I hope it gets better for you and bubs reflux starts being a little easier to handle.


 

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