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    Cara, you have a big heart ... and a brave one :)

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    i'm hoping to get him to be more positive about the idea of adoption.

    since i was little, i always thought i'd give birth to 2 and adopt one (from china, incidentally, never knowing i'd be making my home here!)....

    still working on it. we'll see, maybe in a couple of years. i think if we do it, it would not be a new born, but rather maybe a toddler....

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    forgot to say, obiwan....

    when all else fails:

    MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU!

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    Quote Originally Posted by carang View Post

    when all else fails:

    MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU!
    Hahahahah ... thank you, but somehow I think it's more like my little bub staring me in the eye ...

    "MUMMY, SIZE MATTERS NOT! LOOK AT ME. JUDGE ME BY MY SIZE DO YOU? HMM?"

    God bless my Force. Amen.

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    sorry... you have NO IDEA how long i've been waiting to find the chance to say that!

    (i'm so glad you are another star wars "geek"... i thought i'd be the lone one on this board.)

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    my baby is 15 months old and she started to depend 100% on milk alone. She will refuse all solid/porridge after first 2 spoonfull.

    Need help on how to deal with this as I know she cant just drink milk all the time.

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    easiest way? just stop giving her milk.

    it sounds awful but after a day or so, she'll start to eat again.

    remember, if her tummy is full from milk, then she doesn't have room for other stuff.

    also, by 15 months your baby should be able to eat everything you do, just in smaller pieces and quantities. pizza, spaghetti, fish, chicken, rice, veg, pasta, sandwiches (cut into small squares), toast....
    she may be refusing because porridge is terribly boring!

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    I should bookmark this thread... when it comes to a situation where I am on the verge of losing my temper, I shall read what you ladies wrote here then tell myself that my baby is not "that" difficult!! My son is 9 months old, his fondness in food frustrates day after day, sometimes he eats pretty well, sometimes he cries at the sight of a spoon! He loves playing with cables/electric wires and screams/cries/arches his back when I pull them away; wakes at 3:30am and refuses to go to sleep; gets bored by playing alone for 5 minutes and demands to be carried or cries his tongue out; refuses to lie down so I can't change his nappy or dress him at all... He is not walking yet (though loves standing all the time) so I shall prepare for the worst to come!!! Cheers, ladies.

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