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PostPosted: Wed Nov 25, 2009 8:46 am 
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I'm sick of these nasty skin tags! i"ve been dying to remove them but teh doc is very expensive. I called and asked, agh I can't afford that. does ANYONE have any idea how to remove it on my own WITHOUT cutting it, eww. PAIN lol. Thanks so much!
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The sleeping pattern of a baby changes as he grows. You baby needs a specific amount of sleep http://www.greatdad.com/tertiary/364/2009/how-much-sleep-does-your-child-need.html. Engage him with toys & activities. Keep him busy during the day. He is sure to have a peaceful nap at night. Hope this helps!


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 04, 2009 1:32 pm 
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how many naps does your child have during the day?
My son Damien is 8 months old and he wakes up at 8am and his first nap its until after lunch because if i give him a nap in the morning he will not go for another nap he will sometimes fall asleep in his play area for like 10 min and hes back to playing in the morning then he has lunch and off for his nap around 1pm sleeps till about 2:30pm and he stays up till 7-7:30pm and hes down for the night and sleeps through the night.

and also not every child is the same this routine works for my son but might not work for your child.


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