Oh, no fun. Fortunately, my little guy is a dry burper. My last one (my now 2 1/2 year old) though was a projectile vomiter...not fun. I know your frustration...hopefully you'll find out what's causing her to throw up, poor baby girl.=(
That is the down side to breast feeding... never quite sure what you are eating that isn't agreeing with the other tiny person.ToOdLeS.ShEiLa
Poor little Naomi & poor Mommy. I hated having a baby w/ a sensitive tummy. No dairy for me until she was about 4 months. Then we had to gradually reintroduce.
Hey SusieHow are you, was just reading about Naomi being spilly.Zuri was very spilly, vomited after every feed on everything, was a real shock for me, as the other 3 never spilled at all. Freaked out she might have reflux etc, but turned out she was just a spilly baby. I tried to go off all dairy like everyone told me, but just couldnt do it, felt like I couldnt eat anything. So in the end just learnt how to manage the spilling, like always be ready after the feed, and when burping etc, she grew out of it after 3 months. And she always put on lots a weight. Dont know if that helps. Love ready your blog Susie, if you ever over this way pop in for a visit. Luv Julie
Poor girls! Hope that cutting out the coffee helps!
My little guy (well 17 months now) did not take well to caffeine for a few months. i pretty much had to cut it all out for 6 or so months. I was glad when I figured out what was bothering his tummy. Glad he's not bothered by it anymore!I hope she feels better soon!She's beautiful!
HUGS!Hopefully stopping the coffee will solve the pukey problem.
Oh, dear. I'm so sorry. My ds had acid reflux, and I was just thinking of you this morning, wondering if you'd figured anything out yet! I had to cut out caffeine, coffee (even decaf), anything spicy, and I even tried eliminating dairy for a couple weeks, but thankfully that wasn't the problem b/c I LOVE dairy!!! Hope you figure something out soon!!! :(