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    Default Baby not staying in stroller and refusing bottle milk

    Any tips or advice anyone my baby is 5 months but he won't stick to stroller he wants to be held all the time and I'm trying to give him bottle milk aswell besides breat milk but his refusing it. Is anyone near Mortdale area aswell would like to meet and chat with moms and socialize my baby

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    Hi,
    My bubba is 7 months now. She went through a stage of not liking being in the pram so I would carry her in the sling a lot. She just wanted to see what was going on as the pram was in a laying down position. Now she's older I have the pram seat in an upright position which she loves, she can c everything that's going. Will stay in it for ages now.
    Do u have your pram seat upright or laying down?
    Not sure about the bottle sorry. Maybe try different bottles? Is she interested at all?

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    DD hated the pusher too, and NEVER took a bottle from me (but will from others)

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    I have tried bother position it doesn't work he just wants to get out of stroller.Even tried buying teetherd so he can keep busy but it only lasted a minute I haven't tried another person feeding bottle yet will try today hopefully that works

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    DD never went in the stroller so good luck!!

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    My son would never go in the stroller either. We soon found that it was because he couldn't see the world. We change the seat around so that it faces me and raised the back up. He was much happier this way. He also gets reflux and laying him down didn't help the situation.

    I'm having problems with my 4 month old son taking a bottle. He used to take the Medela calma breastfeeding bottle when he was younger but wont take any brand bottle at all now. I would love if I could get him to take the bottle so I could catch up with some friends in the evening and leave him with my husband.

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    Lol yeah if only they will take the bottle my cuz said try giving him dummy he might except bottle


 

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