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Jun 18, 2011
Category: Pregnancy and Birth
Posted By: Bridget
picture of sleeping babyI am an older mum pregnant with my second child, my first child is from a previous marriage and is 17. When I was bringing up my son I had not even thought of sleeping in a bed with him, my husband at the time was quite conservative and by upbringing so was I. We put Ashton into a cot in his own room from very early on, without thinking that there might be another way to do it. Ashton has never been an easy sleeper and has always been anxious, often had nightmares and in general sleep has been an issue for him. Now that I am pregnant with my second child my new husband and I are discussing where our baby should sleep and if he should sleep in the bed with us. What do you think is the right thing to do?
Jun 3, 2011
Category: Food-Based Issues
Posted By: Kerry
picture of boy refusing foodI have a three year-old-daugher who is an extremely fussy eater and mealtimes have become a battleground. This has been going on for over a year. Please help!
May 14, 2011
Category: Childhood Disorders
Posted By: Annabel
My daughter 11 years old, bright, fun loving has developed a pattern of behaviour – habit, that she struggles to get rid off. The only way she stops one is when she starts another one. This is usually moving head particular way very frequently (every few seconds) – which in return can cause neck pain. To prevent that she just develops moving head different way. She is aware of it, but unable to control.
A couple of years ago she had an obsession with a worry that something bad will happen to her – what if she starts choking, bleeding…..this has stopped but it seems that it moved to the behaviour described above.  Is this associated with OCD? What help can I get for her?
May 5, 2011
Category: Pregnancy and Birth
Posted By: Jill
picture of mother and babyMy first child (3.5yrs, girl) was in intensive care for the first 3 weeks of her life. My my second child is now 10 months (boy) and i have noticed he is a lot more needy than my daughter. I'm concerned my daughter has not bonded with me properly - how will i know? Could the initial intensive care have interfered with our bond?

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