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    How exciting that Rhett is smiling MrsLA

    Lincoln feeds 9pm, 1am, 4am, 7am so not getting huge amounts of sleep but I'll live.

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    Rhett is 8 weeks old today and we are doing great. He is feeding and sleeping really well and is a very happy and cruisy baby.

    We found out last week that Rhett has torticollis, so his head and neck are a bit skewiff., which is making his head asymmetrical
    Physio has recommended doing some really intense exercises with him to correct it, but I feel that they are too harsh and hurt him so off to the physio again tomorrow, and the Osteo on Monday for a second opinion on treatment.

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    Daddy got home from work and Rhett was very happy about it!!!

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    That's very similar to Rhett Channy.
    Does he generally settle well after a feed?
    I feel lucky that he has a quick 10 min feed during the night then goes straight back to sleep.

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    Yep I just put him back in the bassinet no talking or patting or rocking and he grunts a bit then goes back to sleep

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    Beautiful boys Channy and MrsLA

    MrsLA, I hope the physio or osteo can come up with another solution for Rhett

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    Such beautiful photos of Rhett and Lincoln.

    I hope the physio helps MrsLA

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    Sienna's childcare seems hesitant to give her a bottle. I've left them with a tin of formula and bottles, but they don't give her any. She's not eating much food there. At home she has a bottle 3-4 hourly. Even if she has lunch, I still give her a bottle afterwards. Should she not be having as many bottles now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Smurfy View Post
    Sienna's childcare seems hesitant to give her a bottle. I've left them with a tin of formula and bottles, but they don't give her any. She's not eating much food there. At home she has a bottle 3-4 hourly. Even if she has lunch, I still give her a bottle afterwards. Should she not be having as many bottles now?
    The child care centre should b following what u tell them

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    Smurfy every baby is different and if she has bottles that frequently at home they should do the same there. Have you tried putting the formula in a dispenser for them so its already measured out?

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    They said because she's full time, just to give them a tin. If they don't give her formula on monday, I'll address it with the director


 

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