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18-02-2016 20:25 #71
18-02-2016 20:29 #72Senior Member
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Slightly derailing as OP you have mentioned your DD refuses solids (I understand as mine did) but if solids are introduced early in the day rather than after lunch/dinner would that help with the bubs that find digesting the food difficult sleep? I.e. hopefully the 'digestion' of food is settled and it would not affect their sleep?
18-02-2016 20:57 #73
I've read the BLW book and it makes sense.. Have you tried just letting her feed herself?
DD actually cried when I tried to spoon feed her ( so I soon quit and she loves feeding herself! ) so maybe it's not for every baby. She sounds like a feisty little thing lol!
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