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    Thanks all,

    All great replies. We had to up the milk following his gastro as he dropped a bit of weight, and then was ravenous after. His hunger affected his sleep and he went from sleeping through to waking three to four times a night. I think he's still playing catch-up with his milk so I'm not keen to reduce his milk yet until back to normal weight.

    Will try the solids before milk for one meal a day and see how we go. Will keep you all up to date... thanks!

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    i had a similar problem with dd2. Are you happy with your ds's growth, and his toileting 1's & 2's?


 

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