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PostPosted: Mon Dec 27, 2004 5:52 am 
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Thanks! It is so hard tuning people out sometimes. Everyone seems to be an expert. I will keep doing what I am doing. I have been reading to her but not so consistently, I think I will take that suggestion and read to her before bedtime. Thanks! :D
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my first 2 sleeped all night at 6 weeks old my little boy is five weeks and he sleeps from 11 to 8am most nights they way to do it is when there 6 weeks at there last feed give them some rusks and what it does is bag them up all night i know they say dont give food to under 4 months but ive done it with mine and so have my family and people i know and it will do the baby no harm.


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Personally I wouldn't feed a young baby solids, but I'm just wondering how do you feed a 6wk old rusks? Isn't it a hard cracker, I'm from the USA so I'm unsure. I thought it was equivalent to our zwieback crackers.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 01, 2005 12:21 pm 
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well it hasnt done my kids any harm nor me as i was feed it to at 6 weeks what u do is u get a baby bowl and spoon put a small amount of rusk in the bowl then take some of the baby milk out of the bottle and mash untill really smooth then let the baby take the rusk of the spoon.


my 15 year old nepew was feed rusk at birth and hes fine but he was a big baby.


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