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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    We had another app yesterday!

    Hugo is 14.5 kgs 12.5 months. We got told he may be delayed due to his weight? :/

    We have physio review next week. His gait is a bit wide while standing.

    Also vomiting on certain foods. So we aren't sure if it's stomach related or intolerance. He is advanced for his age apparently. He is already counting to five, singing row row your boat. Mum, dad, cat, dog, no, car, milk, yes, no, thank you not ta. Banana.

    He still hasn't had his one year vaccinations im getting anxiety about it. He's had constant chest infections due to food down wrong way. He LOVES childcare
    That's great news! What is the issue with his weight though???

    That's very advanced with words. My DD was 26 months before she spoke anywhere near that well! Go Hugo!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    We had another app yesterday!

    Hugo is 14.5 kgs 12.5 months. We got told he may be delayed due to his weight? :/

    We have physio review next week. His gait is a bit wide while standing.

    Also vomiting on certain foods. So we aren't sure if it's stomach related or intolerance. He is advanced for his age apparently. He is already counting to five, singing row row your boat. Mum, dad, cat, dog, no, car, milk, yes, no, thank you not ta. Banana.

    He still hasn't had his one year vaccinations im getting anxiety about it. He's had constant chest infections due to food down wrong way. He LOVES childcare
    Wow sounds like he's doing amazingly! I wonder why his weight is an issue, my daughter is 2 and only weights 15kg and she's quite big compared to other kids her age.

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    Sounds like he's doing so well

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    Have been following you over the year glad to see Hugo is going well

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    Little H is walking. Well not so little! But he's taking steps!! We are so pleased 😁😁🎉🎉🎉

    Still sick. Still plotting along. We had an ultra sound and bloods this week. Testing allergies, kidneys, and all sorts. He vomits everyday. Still doesn't eat food. I want to scream!! He's so naughty. But always happy!

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    H is completely walking now I can't believe it. I'm taking him for his physio app this week he keeps collapsing on one side after a while? I can't remember if that's normal. He has weakness in one side still so it might just mean new exercises

    His eating is crap! One side of me thinks I will just do CIO because I might be giving too much milk. But then I think if I was breast feeding this wouldn't be a problem?

    He is so rough he hits Dd pulls her hair etc is this a boy thing? She gets so mad frustrated hits back I'm forever separating them or telling them don't hit we don't do that. U don't have to share but give turns etc ahh

    DH left yesterday for work interstate. I'm going to start a journal to loving my kids! It's been a hard two years.

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    Hun most of that is what I deal with.
    The hitting and pulling hair /beating up his (8yr old) brother.
    The milk before food issue is hard for me to. Ds2 doesn't eat much and has a chewing delay but I have been limiting the milk to after breakfast, lunch, dinner and just before bed.
    He asks for more now but I don't guys if he has tried to eat I give it.

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    My 3 year old is 14kgs with no health problems so that's strange

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    I can't believe he is so big! It doesn't seem that long ago he was sick. Go family!

    Also, my dd2 just turned 4 and she is 16kg. Twice his age and almost the same weight. She's a grazer who eats sparingly.

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    His weight has dropped off now he doesn't have milk feeds he's 11kg he will be 2 in Feb

    We start the process for testing for SPD. His eyes are bad too. I don't want to start anything here as we are moving interstate AGAIN so want it to be all in one place hope that makes sense last time we tried th whole letter transfer thing was a nightmare. We are doing physio for his walking as he has knock knee and tight muscles he might need casts in next 6 months he always falls over

    Apart from that he's great. He still doesn't eat much but once we move I hope to get into a feeding clinic and correct it. He's slept through three nights now $1000 later and our credit card maxed out which I don't care because it's all very gentle methods etc


 

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