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    Gorgeous Adden!!

    Amy 6 teeth is amazing!!!

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    Ella has started yelling, I don't know how to handle the yelling whilst out. Its blue murder screaming/yelling. Today she yelled/screamed at a cafe where we had mothersgroup. It was so loud she upset the other babies and one was inconsolable, her mum had to take her home!

    She is not tired or hungry, she wants to be playing on the floor. Do I say no yelling to her or should I ignore her? Sometimes she has to be in a pram...

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    Ignore, it'll just be a phase, she has found her voice & is getting a reaction, once age masters something else the screaming should stop... In the mean time try to distract her with a toy or food when she does it??

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    Nala how are you getting on? Thinking of you. Hope things are improving for you. Let me know if I can do anything xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmyEL View Post
    Ignore, it'll just be a phase, she has found her voice & is getting a reaction, once age masters something else the screaming should stop... In the mean time try to distract her with a toy or food when she does it??
    One of the boys in my mothers group is screaming blood curtling screams too hehe! Cheeky monkeys! Try patting her mouth when she does it - apparently that's supposed to help! Good luck!

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    Cutie pie!

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    Thanks Nala, how are you going?

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    How you going Steph?

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    He is getting so big Amy! Love that he is a baldy baby like my Ella!

    So Ella is now throwing tantrums! Hmm not sure what I'm meant to do, ignore/ distract/ tell her no? Embarrassing whilst shopping, haha but kind of funny as well.

    Cannot believe a nearly 7 month old tiny tot not even 7kgs can throw tantrums, haha she looks like an angry little doll. She turns bright red, like she is going to pop a vein, her fists wave about and her hands are clenched, back arches and she yells blue murder... What a naughty baby!


 

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