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    It doesn't help that when she does sleep it's like this.. with at least one eye still half open ��

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    She does sound like a difficult baby Burakoam, I don't think it is you as you have done it 3 times before so you know babies. It is probably harder this time too having a smaller gap I imagine but it doesn't help having all those extra challenges.

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    I have seen a thin, underweight baby and that is NOT a thin, underweight baby. What a doll!!! I will bet once she can get up and go after the others she will be a lot more cheerful.
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    Honestly I've sort of wondered if something is wrong with their scales because she did always look perfect to me.. guess I figured a doctor should know more..

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    She looks perfect and very healthy Burakoam!!

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    No way, no how, look at dem rolls!! That is my definition of perfect. So precious!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burakoam View Post
    She doesnt like naps, but sleeps 12 hours overnight. during the day no matter how quiet this house is (or loud for that matter) she will not nap more than an hour, and only goes down twice a day....i happen to believe ALOT of it is that she is tired and doesnt nap.

    She has something going on with her health wise too that nobody has been able to pinpoint. First it was labled as reflux, then colic, then back to reflux, then they were concerned about pyloric stenosis but ruled that out..however none of the reflux meds have ever worked and so they hesitate to say its reflux even though she pukes after every meal. Its getting a little bit better but she used to projectile vomit every feeding. Honestly its hard for her to keep calories because between the screaming and the puking i imagine she just doesnt get as much. They ruled out milk and protein allergy very early on so its never been that. Shes just a hard baby -shrug- nobody has any explanation..atomic may be right and it could just be that she wants to move because she seems to never want to sleep for fear of missing something fun or important, and always has to switich/move activities. Honestly this may be a 'normal' baby and not hard at all and im just being a big pansy..my other 3 were very simple babies who loved whatever i had them doing until i decided it was time to do something else...Not lexie, lol..lexie is the boss and she says when shes had enough tummy time, sleep, swing, cuddles, all of it.
    !!! If she's sleeping 12 hours at night, she's definitely getting enough! I know you and I already talled about this, but I'm glad other people are saying the things I thought!

    I still think reflux could be an issue on the unhappiness, but that often resolves by 6 or 7 months in most babies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burakoam View Post
    Honestly I've sort of wondered if something is wrong with their scales because she did always look perfect to me.. guess I figured a doctor should know more..

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    My DD was in the 40s around Lexie's age and she looked much more slender than Lexie. Did someone enter a number wrong in the computer because Lexie DOES look totally healthy. And that's a serious question, because when my DD was borm some idiot entered the "3.whatever kg" from the hospital into "3.whatever POUNDS" at the pediatrician's.

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    ^^^^^ this x a million. Happens all. the. time. Somebody screws something up, and they can't disengage from their protocols enough to stop to realize "wow this is a perfectly beautiful healthy baby girl".

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    Anyone familiar with medications and breastfeeding? i am trying to find out how transfer works exactly...if you take 50MG of a medication, and baby is expected to receive 6% of it, is that 6% TOTAL like the first time they nurse? is it 6% of 50 every feeding? or 6% of whatever is in your blood at the time, which obviously medications take time to go up in your blood and go down? so at some point she gets 6% of 25 and then 6% 0f 50 and then 6% of 25 again and finally nothing? i asked a pharmacist and he didnt answer me LOL..either he didnt know or he didnt understand the question..
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