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    Quote Originally Posted by kmvw View Post
    How cute Adden!

    How much food is too much? Ella is absolutely loving her food, a little too much I think. She doesn't stop, for lunch she is having 200mls of vegs or apples and for dinner she is having 100-200mls vegs and 100-200mls apples. Plus she is still breast feeding 5-6times, she is only 5 months old. Should I cut her back on the solids?
    As long as she is still getting at least 600mls milk a day (hard to know when breast feeding though) then I would give her as much solids as she wants

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    Don't know if it was a fluke or not but we got through the night with just the 1230 feed!! I had to wake Ivy at 740am....early days but was great to have some sleep. She is now down to only 400ml breast milk 600ml formula....supply is decreasing quickly!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crafty45 View Post
    Also she won't take any teething rings to make it harder!
    Try cold cucumber, cut in to finger pieces and take the skin off, seems to help Braydon a bit.

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    Oh and ivy 'talks' again and blows raspberries

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicsta83 View Post
    Don't know if it was a fluke or not but we got through the night with just the 1230 feed!! I had to wake Ivy at 740am....early days but was great to have some sleep. She is now down to only 400ml breast milk 600ml formula....supply is decreasing quickly!!
    That's awesome nic!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmvw View Post
    How cute Adden!

    How much food is too much? Ella is absolutely loving her food, a little too much I think. She doesn't stop, for lunch she is having 200mls of vegs or apples and for dinner she is having 100-200mls vegs and 100-200mls apples. Plus she is still breast feeding 5-6times, she is only 5 months old. Should I cut her back on the solids?
    So is William. He has half a Tupperware snack cup of mix meat and veg or weetbix or porridge (depending on the meal) followed by either some puréed fruit, cottage cheese or tub of yogurt. I'm sure he would keep eating but I think that's enough. Ds1 food amount dropped almost off when I put him on formula so am not going to worry to much ATM as long as he is not porking up to much. If she is happy and its not effecting the amount she is drinking ( boob) I can't see a huge problem with it, she is just a hungry little caterpillar like my one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SL1009 View Post
    Never used nurofen and probably won't but Orlando has had Panasonic ever since 5 wks old when he needs it. I've only ever given it to him regularly for about 2 days (day and night) whilst he had a virus but have gone for as many as 5 or 6 days just giving Panadol to him at night
    I usually use panadol but nurofen has an anti-inflamitory in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nala9000 View Post
    Try cold cucumber, cut in to finger pieces and take the skin off, seems to help Braydon a bit.
    Love this idea.

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    Great news Nic. Sounds like things are finally starting to work out for you. You will be feeling a million bucks in no time. Raspberries how cute.

    Question for those that use blankets with their sleeping bags. How do you keep the blanket on them? Will loves bringing his legs right up in the air. Blankets. Never stay on for long.

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    With the blanket I have to firmly tuck it in...sometimes she still gets it off!!


 

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