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#1 of 4 Old 02-25-2005, 10:46 PM - Thread Starter
 
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DS is 10 months old and really starting to get into solids. As expected, his poops got more solid, and that was nice - easy to shake off into the toilet, no blowouts. The downside? He's pooping in practically every diaper! Like most breastfed babies, he'd dropped in frequency after the first month or so - in his case, down to just once a day. But this 4 or 5 times a day is killing me!
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Oh, hey! So that's it, huh? I wondered...
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I am TOTALLY in agreement! I can only handle toilet water so many times a day! Those multi-poop days are tough! :
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my dd is just starting to really take in any amount of solid food at 8.5 months...and i'm actually having the opposite CELEBRATION! she ALWAYS pooped 4-6 times a day until the last 2 weeks and is now only going about 1x every other day...not to rub it in your face (ewwww that is a gross phrase considering the topic)...just checking out he post b/c i am starting to wonder what i'm up for!
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