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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    Yes I was quite hesitant going to ED. I'm using heat packs and deep heat rub and paracetamol/ibuprofen but pharmacy told DH that I couldn't have voltaren so he didn't get it. He's gone shopping again now so asking him to make sure he gets it this time!! I found some metaclopramide and domperidone in my medicine box for the nausea.

    Thanks for the advice, J. Xo
    How did you get on with the diclofenac?

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    Bond, I hope your back is better soon.

    J, I hope you're feeling ok. Lucy is gorgeous

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    Ladies some advice please: lincoln is 13.5mths old and has 4 cows milk bottles 180ml plus three meals a day. Do I need to cut his milk back? He loves it.

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    Bond, hope ur feeling better soon x

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChannyV View Post
    Ladies some advice please: lincoln is 13.5mths old and has 4 cows milk bottles 180ml plus three meals a day. Do I need to cut his milk back? He loves it.
    Hi Channy,
    Lucy drinks at least 3 bottles of 240mL of cows' milk, plus 3 meals, and she is now 20-months-old. She also drinks plenty of water.
    In my opinion, milk is a great source of milk proteins, calcium and fats...all of which toddlers need.
    Lucy loves her milk too, and usually takes her bottle to bed.
    Oscar still takes a sippy-cup of milk to bed, and he is 4.
    It's a comfort thing for them too, I believe.
    Very few toddlers eat/drink for emotional reasons, so I say...let them drink their milkie!!
    J x.

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    Channy he will stop when he is ready. River only has 1 now but that's her choice 😊

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    Oh good, thank you. I don't think either of us is ready for him to stop his bottles, he loves them and his eyes light up when he has one. Plus it's the only time I can get anything remotely like a cuddle

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    How did you get on with the diclofenac?

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    Yes good, thank you. It helped a lot and I'm now up and about. Still get some pain but trying to be careful how I bend and lift the kids. Can't believe how agonising that was!!

    Toby actually came down with gastro during Saturday night so I'm pleased I had recovered enough by Sunday morning to get out of bed and help. Though leaning towards him quickly with the sick bowl crippled me for a while!! Poor thing was very unwell. Got him a script for Zofran wafers which helped him hold down water. I've been vigilant with hand washing and other hygiene so hopefully no one else gets it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChannyV View Post
    Ladies some advice please: lincoln is 13.5mths old and has 4 cows milk bottles 180ml plus three meals a day. Do I need to cut his milk back? He loves it.
    Channy, as long as it's not affecting his appetite for food then let him have them. Cuddles while feeding are so lovely (Toby was a big bottle feeder, especially at bed time) and certainly don't feel you have to deny him his milk. It's good for him too of course. Took me until Toby was turned two to get rid of his night time bottle. He never wanted a sippy cup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    Channy, as long as it's not affecting his appetite for food then let him have them. Cuddles while feeding are so lovely (Toby was a big bottle feeder, especially at bed time) and certainly don't feel you have to deny him his milk. It's good for him too of course. Took me until Toby was turned two to get rid of his night time bottle. He never wanted a sippy cup.
    That's where I'm at with Sienna. She loves her bottle but doesn't want a sippy cup.


 

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