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    Default Reflux

    Over the past few weeks, I have noticed a huge improvement in Kaylees reflux. She still spits up after feeds but the amount has been reduced and it is no longer projectile. I feel its more spit up from over feeding now instead of reflux. I have also noticed a weight gain in that she actually has a little belly roll and a small rolls oneach of her legs (so cute!). I no longer have to wear a bib on her 24/7 to save her outfit. I hope it stays this way

    On a side note, she LOVES her feet! Every time we change her diaper, she holds her feet for me and as soon as I undress her, those toes are in her mouth. Its so cute, I wish they could stay this small for ever (minus the sleeping habits!)
    Krista and Shane 01-07-11
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    Awww! I remember those days. I do love some of the baby moments. I will admit that I love the preschool years the most though.

    Yay for less spit up. I know Keira did great once she could sit up on her own. She was also an overfeeder, and still is a lot of the time.
    DS-Isaiah 1/2/04
    DDs- Keira and Sarafina 11/28/09

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    Yea to less reflux!
    Jennie (30) DH Todd (41)
    DSD1 (15) & DSD2 (10)

    DD Izzie Ann born 38w 4d 8/6/09 8lb 1oz
    DS Easton James born 36w 3d 7/11/11 7lb 7oz 19.5"
    DS Ashton Todd born 36w 3d 7/11/11 7lb 0oz 19.5"


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    Definitely yay to less reflux! Hope it stays that way. I love babies chewing and holding their feet, so darned cute!
    Rachel, momma to 4
    dd 9, ds 7, twin boys Dec 09
    I nursed my twins for 2years and 2 weeks! A little sad to be all done now.

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