Today I have a guest post from the lovely Beth at Twinderelmo, who talks about something I think plenty of parents can relate to – the end of the baby days, the knowledge that we will not have another addition to the family, the acceptance that we are done.  I…

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We started weaning Eliza just at around 5 and a half months old. She was taking more and more milk, appearing to be much hungrier than she was before. She was sitting up, had good head control and was reaching out and trying to grab whatever you were eating. She…

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I have always been a big advocate of breastfeeding, and read a lot of posts about it from other bloggers too. There are so many things I could say in celebration of breastfeeding – I could share my own experiences and those of others, write lists of the things I…

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Now that Eliza is 5 months old we have started to think about weaning. When she was diagnosed with reflux our paediatrician mentioned that earlier weaning can be beneficial to reflux babies – purely because food is generally thicker than milk and sits in the stomach far better. This was definitely…

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I have written before about our struggles with reflux. Max suffered terribly and was under a paediatrician until he was 17 months old. He took a cocktail of medications and was under almost constant review with regular weigh ins and health visitor checks. Finally at almost 1 and a half…

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