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- My grandson has been an excessive baby drooler since birth. He is 20 months old now, with a full set of teeth, and we're still changing his bib every thirty minutes or so. Another concern: He hasn't started talking yet. Do you think these problems are related?
- My 3-month-old son refuses to sleep on his back or in his crib. In fact, he seems to prefer being in an upright position (such as in a carrier or swing) when he's sleeping. It was fine when he was a newborn, but now he's getting too big. How can I get him used to sleeping in his crib and on his back?
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- My 5-week-old baby makes crying and grunting noises while asleep. He has reflux and is on Prilosec. Could that be the cause? Also, it seems like he isn't sleeping very deeply. Could this be a problem?
- Find out what to do if your baby is awake all day, but sleeps all night.
- My six-week-old takes 20-minute catnaps during the day. As a result, she is often overtired and cries herself to sleep. How can I get her to nap longer during the day?
- Is it possible for colic to be inherited? My husband's daughter claims that since her son suffered from colic, our new baby will probably be colicky too. Neither of my children from my previous marriage had colic, so I'm a little skeptical. Is there any truth to this, or is it just another old wives' tale?
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- My 10-month-old hasn't started teething yet, but I can see the beginning of 2 teeth -- one on top and one on the bottom, just barely under his gums. It's been about a month now, and they still haven't completely come through. He's eating several table foods now, and doesn't seem to be in any pain. Should I be concerned about his toothlessness?
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