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    Front facing prams are pretty stimulating. Can you keep it covered so it's a bit darker?

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    Do i need prescription for those lactose free formula?
    @ScubaGal: yes pretty much cover most view.

    Now looking to buy a swing.

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    No worries bbhope, just keep it in mind if your colleague can't help.

    More than happy to help.

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    No- you don't need script for lactose free. You can get nan LI formula off the shelf. My dd had explosive green, really smelly poo until we switched to the LI. However, she still had a lot of reflux/ gas pain so GP suggested the AR formula.. It's helping with the pain but poo has gone back to green. I'm breastfeeding probably 75% of the time so it's not too bad now.

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    Also- when we switched to nan AR, I thought she didn't like it because she wasn't drinking, then realised it was too thick to pass through teat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by green tea View Post
    Also- when we switched to nan AR, I thought she didn't like it because she wasn't drinking, then realised it was too thick to pass through teat!
    Had this issue when I added thickener to ebm and formula was yelling at poor dd for not drinking properly while she was screaming. Took me a few minutes to check and realise poor bub was starving and desperate for milk but couldn't get it.

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    We went our way to get one of those fancy fisher and price swing. Unfortunately bub enjoys it as an entertainment. He started to cry few mins later because he was tired and didn't want to sleep in it. Back to old method of soothing. Now sleeping in my arms.

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    I put my babies in there asleep. And I remove the mobile

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    Keep trying it, might become more familiar and relaxing over time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Keep trying it, might become more familiar and relaxing over time.
    This. My DS screamed the first few times. It helped to put him in when he was happy then let it soothe him rather than putting him in already tired. I also had to sit in front of it the first five or six times and talk to him so he knew I was still there.


 

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