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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2005 2:08 pm 
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I'm not exactly sure what's going on here... but its a very decent temperature in my house, but my baby is sweating like crazy... he's just in a onezi but he's burning up.. and miserable.. im not sure what's wrong because he doesnt have a fever or anything and im comfortable

just curious if anyone has had this problem and what to do..


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2005 2:28 pm 
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I never had that problem. Is he acting funny> Lethargic or anything? Eating okay? And you took his temp and he's fine? I would just call the doctor


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2005 2:42 pm 
Did you take him temp rectally? That always gives the most accurate reading


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Miss Krissi I noticed you lost some weight. Great job!!!


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Thanks for noticing!!! I figure I will update each Monday!


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2005 5:24 pm 
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Well, he seems fine now, and with no temp. still... who knows.. I think maybe he was just hot and cranky. It's payback for going to work yesterday and leaving him with Daddy and Grandma hehe


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Oh you weigh yourself after a weekend? You are daring. I always thought Friday was best. I always do better during the week
HEather was yesterday your first day back at work?


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Tameka stays hot! She sweats when I have her in just a onzie also! She doesn't run a fever or anything... but she use to wear just a onzie when we would go for a ride and the back of her head/neck would completely soak her car seat. I ask about it at her check up and the doctor said "It is normal, just some babies are more hot natured than others." So if it it is like Meka then everything is okay he is just hot natured. Just try to keep covers off him... keep him in comfortable clothes and take his socks off (if you keep them on him alot) and let his feet get some air often and when he is really hot. I mean if it gets EXTREMELY BAD I would consult her doctor again... but she is actually beginning to do better... she was like that ever since I brought her home! Good luck!


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My kids sweat when they sleep. Sometimes I go check on mikey and rub his back and it's so wet I have to check he didn't wet his diaper through.


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Yeah, he sweats like crazy sometimes... especially when i nurse him, he starting getting sticky right away, and then he just feels yucky to hold, hehe! I keep his socks off as often as I can.. and I live in Florida so I'm sure the summer humidity is going to make him (and me) sad!

No, I've worked a few days, but now I'm working a few days a week.. But we're back to stage 1 with the bottle again.. who knows what's going on with that. I'm going to try this bottle called "second nature" and it's supposed to mimic breastfeeding pretty closely.. anyone used them? I'd love to know!


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Sorry I have never heard of them


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Have not heard of them here either


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