I would definitely take steps to reduce fever in the future. Sponging him down with tepid water will also help. (This was the advice of my friend's gp as her son suffered from febrile convulsions.)
Fitting caused by fever is more...
I'd be loath to use neat tea tree on a baby as it stings like buggery.
If it's weeping you want to keep it dry. I ahve to say if it smells bad and is weeping it's probably past the stage where natural meds can help and you need some...
Hmm, it depends on how much pregnant you were and whether it was a natural m/c or a d&c.
An early natural m/c and you are usually good to go as soon as you feel ready. If you have any concerns wait and/or see your dr.
I agree with sunflowers.
Push breastfeeding whilst a woman is still pregnant by all means, but if a woman is already using formula what good does making her feel bad about her choice do?
I am pro breast feeding but some women...
Oh. I thought she meant her child had some sort of immune disorder. In which case vaxing would not be recommended.
Personally, I'm generally pro-vax. (I vax myself, I don't have any children.) But I'm not you, obviously.
Does he realise that cloth these days are very different to the cloth nappies used years ago? Maybe show him that modern nappies are much easier to use?
But, ultimately, if you're the one who will be staying at home to...
Originally Posted by hanno
I think it would be comforting to be able to nurse one while knowing the other isn't running off somewhere.
That is very true. I have a friend how had a runner and it's...