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    Quote Originally Posted by LiterallyNoOne View Post
    His happy and playing and sleeping ok but just won't drink his bottles he did take to solids tonight for the first time


    Btw I like this thread its been supportive and helpful so far


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    Poor little thing...What was bubs first solids meal ? I am considering starting bub on solids sooner rather than later...

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Poor little thing...What was bubs first solids meal ? I am considering starting bub on solids sooner rather than later...
    VP I was thinking of starting around 22 or 24 weeks because I was getting excited about starting something new but then read this last night and decided to wait until 26.

    Here's the link if you're interested
    http://www.mumsnet.com/babies/weaning

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Poor little thing...What was bubs first solids meal ? I am considering starting bub on solids sooner rather than later...
    We'd tried everything else possible first even making it ourselves we did that for DD but DS finally took to weetbix but the low sodium kids ones.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    That's a win! Your poor little guy (and you!). Must be so worrying not getting him to be able to eat/drink enough.

    Any progress at the hospital today? We're you back because of his virus or because of his feeding/reflux/cmpi issues?
    No progress yet besides the solids. Back for the feeding/Gord/cmpi


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    VP, I was just looking through my Wonder Weeks book to see what I'm in for next and reviewed week 19. They actually have that wonder week broken into two parts; the fussy phase which is 14 1/2- 17 weeks and then the next phase when they start to try to master the skills around 19 weeks. Maybe that's what's been going on with your bub (and ours). He had his 14 week fussy phase and now a bit restless while he tries to master the skills? Which is probably all considered the 4 month sleep regression as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiterallyNoOne View Post
    No progress yet besides the solids. Back for the feeding/Gord/cmpi


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    Do they have a plan for him? What do they do at the hospital? Feeding tube and IV to rehydrate him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    Southwest London (moved to London in October for DH's job). We were northwest because we had friends up there but had major issues with our apartment and annoying neighbors so moved down this way, it's a bit calmer and quieter and the properties are bigger so you get more for the same money. The last area was 'up and coming,' so trendy and cool but also a little dodgey. Those areas are great for new restaurants and shops but a little annoying once you have a baby and want everything to be a bit calmer and more organized! (At least for me!) This area is a little more 'boring' but there's heaps of young families and our neighbors are more like-minded so I'm loving it so far. Can't wait to use that little water area! DS will have a blast! My anxiety is already starting to ease enough to where I think I may not need meds anymore, amazing that our living situation was affecting me that much!

    I miss Melbourne SO MUCH though! It's funny, it took me a couple years to like it enough where I stopped hounding DH about moving back to the States and now it's the place I'd rather live out of anywhere. Except maybe San Francisco, I'd love to live in San Fran.

    There's an h&m in Melbourne now I hear.
    Ooh I used to live in NW London. Finchley road, dollis hole (as I liked to call it) - both sides of the tracks, and also Wembley park.

    My fav was finchley road.

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    Ok I'm confused!

    DS only woke twice last night!!! HOORAY! 9:30pm and 1:45am!!

    I settled him with a dummy, literally just put it in his mouth and that was it...

    I gave him a teaspoon of rice Cereal with breast milk about 30mins before his bedtime feed.

    No idea if that was what made the difference?? Because he did still wake at 9:30?

    Anyway he also hasn't been so restless as he normally is from 3am... It's 6:30am and he's still asleep.

    The past few weeks he's been waking every hour or so from 3am...

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    Do they have a plan for him? What do they do at the hospital? Feeding tube and IV to rehydrate him?
    No real plan as yet guess I'll see them this morning. His weight dropped in 1 week from 8.1 to 7.7 kg


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