• Are single, married or in a relationship?

    Also how old are you? Are you male or female?
    Also how old are you? Are you male or female?
    138 answers · 4 days ago
  • Green or NavyBlue?

    72 answers · 3 days ago
  • Poll:Why did you join Yahoo answers?

    60 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do you say mac & cheese or macaroni?

    33 answers · 2 days ago
  • What do babies eat?

    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why are most baby carriers front facing when traditionally women carried their babies on their backs?

    Traditionally Inuit, Africanans Asian women carried their babies in slings on their backs. This makes me wonder why it seems most baby carriers are forward facing. It’s seems having a baby on your back would allow for greater movement
    Traditionally Inuit, Africanans Asian women carried their babies in slings on their backs. This makes me wonder why it seems most baby carriers are forward facing. It’s seems having a baby on your back would allow for greater movement
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Should I be worried? Will it resolve on it s own or should I take her to the doctor?

    Best answer: I get why you're worried, as an adoptive mum of a newborn exposed to drugs. But when I read your description of her behaviour, I went back to where you said how old she is, and then I went, 'oh, that explains it'. Around 6-8 weeks there is usually not only a physical growth spurt, but a pretty big... show more
    Best answer: I get why you're worried, as an adoptive mum of a newborn exposed to drugs. But when I read your description of her behaviour, I went back to where you said how old she is, and then I went, 'oh, that explains it'.

    Around 6-8 weeks there is usually not only a physical growth spurt, but a pretty big developmental spurt. More awake time, more aware of surroundings, more conscious control of limbs, starting to anticipate familiar routines, first social smiles but also often more crying than at any other time, even improving eyesight.

    This is when it's normal for the predictable routine of feeding-changing-sleeping to get shaken up for the first time. That's not due to drugs or autism. Baby simply becomes capable of being distracted!

    Just one thing: 3.5-4 hours between feeds is actually pretty long for this age, and crying is a late sign of hunger. You could try to feed at earlier hunger cues, when baby isn't as agitated yet. This may or may not help, but certainly doesn't hurt.
    12 answers · 5 days ago
  • After my babe is due will my wife still be cranky going thru pain any symptoms?

    Best answer: From your previous question it seems wife is now 7 weeks pregnant and will get more cranky as the next 33 weeks pass and after baby is born she will be tired with caring for baby and not getting much sleep but obviously you will be there to help so she should be ok after baby is born
    Best answer: From your previous question it seems wife is now 7 weeks pregnant and will get more cranky as the next 33 weeks pass and after baby is born she will be tired with caring for baby and not getting much sleep but obviously you will be there to help so she should be ok after baby is born
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Baby has bumps with red rings on her legs !?

    Baby has bumps with red rings on her legs !?

    She had a vaccine on her left leg but she developed what appear to be bumps with a ring around it on both legs 10 days later. (Two have already disappeared). Are these bug bites or something associated within the vaccine? (The vaccine was almost two weeks ago)
    She had a vaccine on her left leg but she developed what appear to be bumps with a ring around it on both legs 10 days later. (Two have already disappeared). Are these bug bites or something associated within the vaccine? (The vaccine was almost two weeks ago)
    13 answers · 6 days ago
  • Infant gaining weight too fast?

    My son was born at 34.4 and weighed 5.13lns and dropped to 5.10 when we left the hospital. At his one month check up he weighed 8.6lbs and I brought him back two weeks later and he was at 10.2. Now another week later according to my home scale, he is 11lbs. Our two month checkup is in two weeks and I’m afraid he’s... show more
    My son was born at 34.4 and weighed 5.13lns and dropped to 5.10 when we left the hospital. At his one month check up he weighed 8.6lbs and I brought him back two weeks later and he was at 10.2. Now another week later according to my home scale, he is 11lbs. Our two month checkup is in two weeks and I’m afraid he’s gaining too fast and will be close to 12lbs. He is exclusively formula fed. Anyone have experience with this?
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • How do you increase breast milk?

    Best answer: Time, and eating a FULL balanced diet.
    Best answer: Time, and eating a FULL balanced diet.
    8 answers · 5 days ago
  • How old does a parent have to be to bring their baby to a pediatrician?

    Someone on a period tracking app called ‘Eve’ said you have to be 18 or have a legal adult present, but I was 17 (turned 18 five days after giving birth) when I brought my baby to her first doctors appointment and didn’t have anyone except my daughter with me. I tried asking Google but the only thing that came up... show more
    Someone on a period tracking app called ‘Eve’ said you have to be 18 or have a legal adult present, but I was 17 (turned 18 five days after giving birth) when I brought my baby to her first doctors appointment and didn’t have anyone except my daughter with me. I tried asking Google but the only thing that came up was things like “is your baby too old to see a pediatrician?” I even tried to rephrase the question. When I was being released from the hospital after giving birth, the nurse told my father and I that I couldn’t sign myself out because I wasn’t 18 yet, but that I had to sign my daughter out because she was mine.
    8 answers · 1 week ago