Hello, mommies of September 2006 babies. Who did you have, a boy or a girl? When were they born? I just wanted to know what your babies are doing by now...cooing, smiling, turning over?When do they get their real hair? My DD's hair (born on 9/24) is very soft and doesn't feel like real hair. Feel free to use it as open forum as well.
Hey how is your little one Ariellia doing--any better? Mine is still crabby but the colic is definately gone. We just decided she has a temper and other than when she demands food, she is now happy. Oh, my little Ameera was born 9/21/06
Unfortunately, I cannot report any good news :( Last week she surprised us by being good for 3 nights in the row by sleeping through the night!!! We thought that for sure we're good and clear from the gas and reflux. Yeah, right :( She's back to her old self, kicking and screaming. We've been giving her Axid (since Zantac did absolutely nothing) and we'll see how it helps. We're hoping she'll be a happy baby in no time :)
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