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Baby monitors and other baby stuff



CrippsCorner

ClioSport Club Member
  Mini Cooper S
I remember a few nights of him crying where we just looked at each other not knowing what to do! It was horrible.

I found bouncing up and down on an exercise ball with him helped quite a lot. Have you tried a baby carrier for when you need to get stuff done?
 
Is she suffering from Reflux, or perhaps Colic? My first had Colic, second had Reflux - we used the specialist formulas for both (Aptamil) and that helped. We changed their bottles to MAM as well, which let air escape from the base, reducing the risk of wind.

A little trick for the breathless screaming - blow gently on her face, it’ll stop that straight away 👍 (seriously!)
The blowing definitely snaps her out of it for a few seconds, and then I have to do it again.

Since we’ve had the infacol on the go and let it get working she’s been fine so fingers crossed.
 
I remember a few nights of him crying where we just looked at each other not knowing what to do! It was horrible.

I found bouncing up and down on an exercise ball with him helped quite a lot. Have you tried a baby carrier for when you need to get stuff done?
Have a baby carrier, which we have used when out and about. She’s just still a little slumped in it due to her size and not holding herself up yet but we will be using it if it makes things easier. We’ve also set up her cot for daytime naps to try get her used to being on her own, but of instinct tells her she needs to be near us then I doubt it will work but we can try!!
 

MarcJP

ClioSport Club Member
  A200, Passat
Have a baby carrier, which we have used when out and about. She’s just still a little slumped in it due to her size and not holding herself up yet but we will be using it if it makes things easier. We’ve also set up her cot for daytime naps to try get her used to being on her own, but of instinct tells her she needs to be near us then I doubt it will work but we can try!!
It’s worth persevering with the cot. My son was sleeping in his cot overnight and during naps from about 4 weeks old 👍
 


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