• Which is you favourite TV Show.?

    147 answers · 4 days ago
  • How often do you over eat?

    Best answer: Frequently in the afternoon.
    Best answer: Frequently in the afternoon.
    87 answers · 3 days ago
  • Whats the worst thing any "Vile" Troll has said about you?

    Best answer: Someone critiqued my question to give a damning psychological assessment of me. I found it amusing
    Best answer: Someone critiqued my question to give a damning psychological assessment of me. I found it amusing
    18 answers · 1 day ago
  • Do you sleep with your baby?

    Please be honest, I have a big dilemma about this. I’m very aware about SIDS, but I also know many people lie about not sleeping with their baby to avoid being lectured and criticized. I have a bassinet next to my bed, but every time I put my baby to sleep there she cries a lot, keep moving, and won’t sleep. I try... show more
    Please be honest, I have a big dilemma about this. I’m very aware about SIDS, but I also know many people lie about not sleeping with their baby to avoid being lectured and criticized. I have a bassinet next to my bed, but every time I put my baby to sleep there she cries a lot, keep moving, and won’t sleep. I try swaddled her, work for a bit but now she move so much that gets loose which is more dangerous. She’s 7 weeks old and she sleeps very well when cuddling with me. I just wonder how many of you do the same.
    17 answers · 5 days ago
  • Question for parents about my 4 month old?

    My 4 month old was diagnosed with a viral infection that has caused little red bumps / rash all over his body. The doctor gave him a stomach soothing medicine for gas and said the infection and rash will clear up in a few days and it had to run it's course. He said to try Pedialyte. So I picked up his medicine... show more
    My 4 month old was diagnosed with a viral infection that has caused little red bumps / rash all over his body. The doctor gave him a stomach soothing medicine for gas and said the infection and rash will clear up in a few days and it had to run it's course. He said to try Pedialyte. So I picked up his medicine and Pedialyte. For a day now he only wants Pedialye every 2 hours. I've tried formula but he'll maybe drink an ounce so I give pedialyte and he takes it instead. Is this normal? I'm worried that he's not getting enough formula. Has this happened to any other parents? If so, when did your baby want formula again?
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why is breastfeeding so controversial if it's human nature?! What are your thoughts?

    I breastfeed my baby anywhere and anytime she is hungry.. why is that a big deal?!
    I breastfeed my baby anywhere and anytime she is hungry.. why is that a big deal?!
    11 answers · 4 days ago
  • Have you ever pitched a tent or slid down a Firemans pole?

    Best answer: Yes, and also sexually.
    Best answer: Yes, and also sexually.
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why do i like hearing crying babies?

    When they cry i wanna abuse them so they cry harder and louder. I also love it when my sister's baby cry so hard that she cries until she needs to breathe in to make sounds to make another sound. Please dont say im crazy because i can already predict it.
    When they cry i wanna abuse them so they cry harder and louder. I also love it when my sister's baby cry so hard that she cries until she needs to breathe in to make sounds to make another sound. Please dont say im crazy because i can already predict it.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • What can I do for my Son?

    Best answer: Definitely consult your doctor and they can suggest some medicine to help with constipation. I don't think juice will help him at all and he is too young for it anyway. Also, tummy rubs and doing bicycle legs can help.
    Best answer: Definitely consult your doctor and they can suggest some medicine to help with constipation. I don't think juice will help him at all and he is too young for it anyway. Also, tummy rubs and doing bicycle legs can help.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Public breastfeeding.. why so controversial of its human nature?! What are your thoughts?

    New mommy who indeed breastfeeds anywhere anytime my baby is hungry...
    New mommy who indeed breastfeeds anywhere anytime my baby is hungry...
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is it dangerous for infants to sleep on their backs (choking on their own vomit)?

    Best answer: It’s actually recommended for babies to sleep on their backs to reduce the risk of SIDS. Of course, my parents were told to put babies on their bellies 30 years ago. The only thing I can tell you is that our daughter slept on her back in a swaddle for 4 months, on her back in a sleep sack until 1, and now all over... show more
    Best answer: It’s actually recommended for babies to sleep on their backs to reduce the risk of SIDS. Of course, my parents were told to put babies on their bellies 30 years ago. The only thing I can tell you is that our daughter slept on her back in a swaddle for 4 months, on her back in a sleep sack until 1, and now all over the place at 14 months. We never had a problem with vomiting or choking or anything else. She spit up in her sleep once at a few weeks old, but I only noticed because I was watching her sleep (don’t judge me, lol). She swallowed it and went right on sleeping.

    If you’re a crazy obsessive parent like I was for the first few months, get a snouza alarm. It’s like $100 and clips to the baby’s diaper. It monitors breathing and vibrates initially to try to stir baby before sounding the most God-awful alarm you have ever heard. It’s wonderful for peace of mind.
    6 answers · 7 days ago
  • 4 month old is trying to tummy sleep?

    Best answer: As long as he is putting himself in that position, it isn't dangerous. The fear of SIDS is why young infants are encouraged to be put on their back to sleep, once they can roll over, the risk ( which is already quite small) drops significantly.
    Best answer: As long as he is putting himself in that position, it isn't dangerous. The fear of SIDS is why young infants are encouraged to be put on their back to sleep, once they can roll over, the risk ( which is already quite small) drops significantly.
    5 answers · 1 week ago