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    Bond have you got a different bottle you could try?

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    It could be she won't take a bottle from you because she can smell the breastmilk, but she'd take it from someone else. On occasion, Sienna will refuse a bottle from me, but will happily take one from DH

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    Yeah think I'll let DH try as wondered this myself. Will try that first if i can express more later! will only put a tiny amount in to see if she'll take it as the 50 ml I had got wasted.

    Haven't got any other bottles and don't wanna spend loads trying various ones so will do that as a last resort if nothing else works. Bought a couple of sippy cups for four months plus so will try those too as she'll be needing those when she's older and having water anyway. I don't really mind how she takes it, as long as she takes it somehow!

    If not will have to feed her loads before I go out and not stay out long! Never had this issue before. Toby always took a bottle. BF was his problem. Funny how siblings are so different.

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    I'm good today. Sienna seems to be going through a cranky week, which is driving me a little nuts. It's hot here today, so just staying inside

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    Smurfy maybe the heat is getting to Sienna? Caleb is crankier than normal too. Can't wait for the cool change tomorrow!

    My dd is 4 today! Eeek!

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    Bond - u could try cup feeding?

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    Liked your page FTM. Those pantaloons are adorable. Love the fabrics, very unique.

    Bond it is funny how two kids are different. I'd try DH giving the bottle and see if that makes a difference.

    Happy 4th Birthday to your daughter Waiting

    Ava has been waking before the dreamfeed lately and woke at 2, 4 and 5am last night. We went to mums and bubs movie session today. Highly recommend if you want an outing for you and baby. It's warm here so we are hibernating with air con on. Ava has fallen asleep on me, enjoying precious cuddles with her.

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    Also liked it.

    Having a rough day, Toby has nappy rash and a boil which are breaking my heart and making me cry every nappy change.

    Dp is at her work Xmas party tonight so I'm on my own tonight and most of tomorrow I expect.

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    Poor Toby. I hope his nappy rash and boil clear up quickly. Don't blame yourself, these things happen.

    I hope Toby behaves for you on your own tonight. It's tough going the first few times so you're allowed to feel nervous about it

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    Rainbow- Meadow had awful nappy rash at about 2 weeks old and only thing that helped clear it was plenty of air time and putting it in sunlight for few mins at a time, and using lightly salted water to clean her. I read this somewhere and it worked in a few days. Various creams did nothing. Hope it clears up soon!


 

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