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Bethany W Follow 15 Hours

What if you put her to bed with her hair pulled/tied back? Maybe even in braids? 

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Hi mama! I remember around this time and it was really hard for me to tell if the pains were serious or not 😣You have to remember that being 9 months pregnant a lot of...

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Hey mama!Babies go through 4 month sleep regression, so this is probably where your problem is stemming from. There's honestly not much you can do to help. Some babi...

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Liezl H Follow 4 Days
Aaliyah J Follow 3 Days

Wait til they are fully sleep, then place baby in crib.. It should work, I had to do my daughter like that.

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Hi mama! I did baby lead weaning with my son, who now at almost 1 is an amazing eater! Once he turned 6 months old I offered anything I ate (anything you can eat wit...

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Hey mama! I don’t have experience with twins specifically but I did use to be a toddler daycare Teacher! For those who it seems extra hard to stop conflict and fighting...

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Lauren S Follow 13 Days
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Any advice on #2 in the potty? Should we wake him up to go?

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Our 2.5 year old is doing great with potty training but he isn't pooping in the potty yet.  He tends to go first thing in the morning or when he wakes up from his nap. When he doesn't go after nap he always wakes up dry so I would love to drop that pull up if possible...

Jackie P Follow 8 Days

I personally would just keep making him go before bed and right when he wakes up. We always put my daughter in pull ups at night for the first couple months at least.

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Kathryn S Follow 13 Days
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Is this normal of a 1 year old?

My 13 month old still doesn't always sleep through the night. She does have her nights she sleeps from 6:30 - 7 but I feel like she definitely also has more nights when she wakes up anywhere between 1 and 4am wanting to be changed and fed and then will go right back to sleep unti...

Wendy L Follow 13 Days

I would say this is normal, she also might just be going through a growth spurt. 

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Gabriella J Follow 14 Days
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16 month old says no words?

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My baby doesn't say any words, looking online it seems like she should be copying words at this point but she doesnt - she does babble 'mama, dadda' & random noises... she understands words like no, 'let's go out' she'll run to the door... should I be concerned or is 16 month...

Dani S Follow 14 Days

My son is 17 months and he can say: MumDadDaw (dog), NaNNoYeah yeah yeahDeeee (duggee) CarBoo (book), Bow (boat), All gone, Oh no. He mostly babbles, says gah gah gah and eeee...

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Gabriella J Follow 14 Days
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How to afford a child as a single parent?

My friend is pregnant, but concerned she’ll be raising the baby by herself. She’s got a flat & mortgage, and a good job but is concerned how she’ll be able to afford to bring the baby up.Any tips or advice for her would be very much appreciated - thankyou

Lauren S Follow 13 Days

I think a big thing to do BEFORE baby is to look at the last year of her spending and set a budget.  See where she can cut to save.  That "savings" can be put away n...

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Gabriella J Follow 8 Days

I recommend looking at lucieslist - they have a great list to get you started and then articles on each section Incase you want to dive deeper. Amazon has the best perks of al...

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