A group for moms with babies born in April 2014.
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Be sure to introduce yourself on the wall and tell us all about your little one! Pics are good too :)
Started by Kimberly 37 minutes ago.
Our children are soon to be 20 months and I have chosen to continue to BF my daughter until at least 2 years old. She is very demanding which is a challenge. Are there any other mothers who have…Continue
Started by Amber, Mom365 Host. Last reply by Amber, Mom365 Host Sep 28.
How is your little one doing with walking? My kids are always pretty slow at it- usually they don't walk until closer to 18 months! How is your kiddo coming along? Continue
Started by Amber, Mom365 Host Sep 28.
Does your little one thrive on encouragement from adults in their life? What kind of things will they do to 'perform' for praise?Continue
Started by Amber, Mom365 Host. Last reply by Amber, Mom365 Host Aug 11.
Puzzles are great for development at this age! Has your little one started to use puzzles? What kind of puzzles have you gotten for them?Continue
Happy first birthday to all the April 2014 babies and their mamas! Everyone here at Mom365 hopes your first year was a wonderful one. We look forward to seeing your babies grow and develop!
Welcome! Sounds like you have a wonderful family! That is so neat you were able to have another little one 20 years later- and that your daughters are enjoying their little brother!
Welcome and congrats on your little Brielle! So glad to hear that your little one is doing well!
Hi everybody. My name is Ashleigh and m baby Brielle was born 4/5 weighing 4lbs, 8oz at 36 weeks. We did IVF to get pregnant. It was a long journey, but it was worth it and she's here and healthy!!!
Sounds like she isn't very hungry when she wakes if she doesn't finish the bottle- that's so rough to have a little one getting up still! Maybe when she wakes up, pick her up to settle her, then lie her back down and try not giving her the bottle? Each night as you get her, make the time you hold her to settle her shorter and shorter- then she kinda gets weaned off the idea that she should get up.
Hi Lauren! Congratulations on your little Kara! It can be normal for a 6 or 7 month old to still wake up sometimes- but it sure can be hard! Are you able to move her into her own room? I found that when I moved the kids into their own room, they started sleeping through the night way better! That might be worth a try if you can/are comfortable with it. Have you started solids with her? If not, you might try starting a little at night to see if that helps keep her tummy full.
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