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    So easy compared to going from 1to 2. We all adjusted so much easier!

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    Im not convinced lol. I imagine my life would get so much harder with another three. I really dont think id cope with another one!

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    My second child had and still has severe reflux, he is an outpatient atvthe children's hospital because of it and heavily medicatied. There is a support group called reflux infant support association (RISA) and the private facebook group are a wealth of information and support. They have a public facebook group as well but the private one you pay a small fee to join, worth every cent.
    The swing worked well for DS,not the small ones but the big ones that go side to side as opposed to back and forth. Use the pram inside if bub will settle in that.
    Don't hesitate to push for better medical help if yoir baby is in pain. Tell the GP you want a pead referal if your GP is not being helpful. We see a peadeatric gastroentetologist but DS case is complicated.


 

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