10.5 months old. 100.5 temp. Vomiting last night. No appetite. Shaky when walking (he’s a very strong walker). Struggling to poop. Mopey and lazy this morning when typically he is very active in the morning. Motrin helped last night but temp is right back up today. He’s my first child and this is his first ‘fever’. Typical first time mom, I know.
How old were your babies when you felt comfortable taking them to the beach and going in calm water?
Also any tips for keeping them cool and comfy!
My daughter is supposed to drink 27-30 ounces according to my pediatrician. She is hardly drinking 20-23 ounces and refusing any milk if I overfeed. How can I increase her milk intake? She always looks content and doesn’t show any sign of hunger with the amount of milk she is drinking now. One thing I noticed is that she gags and is very fidgety while drinking milk from bottle. I expressed m... More
First time mom...our 3 mo has never really objected to tummy time and has good neck control, but now instead of figuring it how to roll seems to be attempting to CRAWL. Baby can lift their upper torso up fairly high and then kicks really hard. If you put a toy slightly out of reach to either side baby tries to push/shove over toward the toy rather than rolling over to see it. It seems a litt... More
My 6 month old won't sleep all the way through the night anymore (he got his 6 month shots 2 weeks ago). Instead, he wakes up every 2hrs and it's so stressful. Anybody have this same problem? I don't sleep train my baby, I rock him to sleep. I refuse to let him scream and cry and the lack of sleep is taking a toll on my mental health crucially 😣 heeelllppp
Hi everyone, my baby recently started rubbing her head it’s so weird! She isn’t scratching, though she has a small spot of cradle cap, and it’s just odd. My mom says she’s just figuring out where she ends and everything else starts, but she’s starting to give herself a bald spot from rubbing. She especially does it when she’s nursing and when she’s drifting between asleep and awake. Should ... More
I have a “white head” on my nipple and it hurts but my ObGyn is pretty sure it’s not a clogged duct (based on the location, the fact that the pain isn’t as severe as with clogged ducts and the absence of a hard lump in my breast). I’ve used hot showers, massage, frequent nursing, even had hubby try to suck it out, and used a sterile needle, treating it as if it was a clog. Nothing worked and i... More
I need some help please. It's been so hot this summer and so we go out at night when it gets cooler, problem is my daughter starts crying right when it gets dark and needs to be held. Can anyone help with suggestions as to what can be done to help her with her fear of the dark. Shes 8 months going on to 9 months