BABY REFUSING TO EAT SOLIDS. TO EAT SOLIDS
Baby refusing to eat solids. Popular baby boy names.
Baby Refusing To Eat Solids
- (refusal) the act of refusing
- (refusal) a message refusing to accept something that is offered
- (of a thing) Fail to perform a required action
- Indicate that one is not willing to accept or grant (something offered or requested)
- Indicate or show that one is not willing to do something
- (refuse) garbage: food that is discarded (as from a kitchen)
- Food that is not liquid
- (solid) of definite shape and volume; firm; neither liquid nor gaseous; "ice is water in the solid state"
- A body or geometric figure having three dimensions
- (solid) matter that is solid at room temperature and pressure
- A substance or object that is solid rather than liquid or fluid
- (solid) characterized by good substantial quality; "solid comfort"; "a solid base hit"
- A very young child, esp. one newly or recently born
- A young or newly born animal
- The youngest member of a family or group
- a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk; "the baby began to cry again"; "she held the baby in her arms"; "it sounds simple, but when you have your own baby it is all so different"
- the youngest member of a group (not necessarily young); "the baby of the family"; "the baby of the Supreme Court"
- pamper: treat with excessive indulgence; "grandparents often pamper the children"; "Let's not mollycoddle our students!"
- eat a meal; take a meal; "We did not eat until 10 P.M. because there were so many phone calls"; "I didn't eat yet, so I gladly accept your invitation"
- Put (food) into the mouth and chew and swallow it
- Have a meal in a restaurant
- feed: take in food; used of animals only; "This dog doesn't eat certain kinds of meat"; "What do whales eat?"
- Have (a meal)
- take in solid food; "She was eating a banana"; "What did you eat for dinner last night?"
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I'll try to keep everyone updated on here. This is how it all started. On Friday the 6th Caitlin came home from daycare with goopy eyes and a fever. I called the nurseline and was given a for eyedrops. Saturday she seemed better. On Sunday evening she developed a fever and we could tell she was getting sick. She started refusing to eat solid foods, having diarrhea, sometimes with blood in it, in addition to the cough and cold she had for the past week. She also started throwing up, sometimes provoked from coughing too hard. I took her to the doctor on Monday the 9th. Her eyes, ears, lungs all seemed ok, but due to the blood in her diarrhea the doctor wanted to test a stool sample. I brought the stool sample to the lab on Tuesday the 10th. She spent Wednesday the 11th with my mom so I could go back to work. She wouldn't drink much milk or water and didn't eat much solid food. Her fever was also high again. The doctor was concerned about dehydration and wanted to see her again so we got her there in the afternoon. She told us Caitlin seemed ok for now, but if she continued to not eat or drink we would maybe have to do an IV to get fluids in her. On Wednesday night my mom and I were able to use a syringe to force her to drink Pedialyte and I was able to breastfeed her. On Thursday the 12th we got the results from the stool sample back and found out she had salmonella. There are two types of this and they sent her culture to the Department of Health to determine which type she has. One type is not treated unless the baby is less than 3 months old, if the person is really, really sick and the immune system won't be able to fight it off, or if it is in the bloodstream. The other type is always treated. The Department of Health is closed on the weekend so unfortunately we won't know which type she has until Tuesday (annoying!). However, since Caitlin has been having fevers since Sunday the doctor wanted to make sure it hadn't gotten in to her bloodstream. If it had, she would be treated right away. The blood draw was done on Thursday the 12th. On Friday the 13th Kyle stayed home with Caitlin. The doctor called him in the morning to say it was in her blood and we needed to bring her to the hospital.
..: Sofa Rafiqh & Introducing Solid foods :..
..: SOFA RAFIQH :..
myLove belikan sofa baby untuk Rafiqh, so cute... Memang steady jer boleh duduk. So harapnya lepas ni bila ayah&mama nak makan, Rafiqh boleh duduk diam2 atas tu yer. Kalau riba dia, tangan kaki semua nak masuk dalam pinggan, sabar jer laa... Kalau letak, menangis la pulak.
..: INTRODUCING SOLID FOODS :..
My mision to breastfeed Rafiqh exclusive 6months -> FAILED!
huwaaa... sob sob...
Umur Rafiqh 4months 2weeks, dia dah mula diberi solid foods. Banyak punca kegagalan, the main reason ialah sebab my mom yang nak sangat cucunya diberi makan. Kang ingkar kang, jadi anak derhaka la pulak, OMG! Selain tu, banyak lagi sebab2 yang membawa kepada kegagalan misi, hehe.
- Rafiqh dah tunjuk minat untuk makan sejak dia 2bulan ++ gitu, tapi sejak kebelakangan ni dia jadi terlalu minat pada makanan hinggakan dia boleh tau beri "aksi nak makan" dengan hanya terbau makanan, walaupun tanpa melihatnya! Minatnya KETERLALUAN! hahaha
- Dia juga akan mengamuk sakan bila ayah dan mama makan, dengki sungguh tengok orang makan.
- Beberapa minggu kebelakangan ni, dia asyik menjerit2 dan mengamuk tak tentu pasal. My mom kata mungkin dia tak kenyang dengan hanya susu walaupun hakikatnya my breast masih produce susu dengan baik. Betul ker baby tak kenyang ek?? ermmm ????!(ntah)
Tapi sebab UTAMA tu sebab arahan mak laa kan. Actually we have consulted the paed about this when we went for 3months check up. The paed allowed us to feed him solid foods but I really want to wait till he is 6months.
I discussed with myLove, searched in internet about pros and cons, at last we decided to give a try. Buat eksperimen dulu, kalau Rafiqh bagi good respon and he really want to eat, teruskan bagi makan. If not, stop! I hope he will refused to eat, hehehe...
In the first try, he really eat, lol! He looked happy and enjoyed his foods. So, we decided to continue feeding him. Sejak tu, dia dah tak cranky sangat, kebetulan laa tu kot, hehe...
I will write about his solid foods later ok.
Rafiqh, please forgive mama. I failed to bf you exclusively for 6months. But, I promise I will try my best to bf you till you are 2 years old... May Allah help us, bless us...
baby refusing to eat solids
More than a decade after Jack Gilbert’s The Great Fires, this highly anticipated new collection shows the continued development of a poet who has remained fierce in his avoidance of the beaten path. In Refusing Heaven, Gilbert writes compellingly about the commingled passion, loneliness, and sometimes surprising happiness of a life spent in luminous understanding of his own blessings and shortcomings: “The days and nights wasted . . . Long hot afternoons / watching ants while the cicadas railed / in the Chinese elm about the brevity of life.” Time slows down in these poems, as Gilbert creates an aura of curiosity and wonder at the fact of existence itself. Despite powerful intermittent griefs–over the women he has parted from or the one lost to cancer (an experience he captures with intimate precision)–Gilbert’s choice in this volume is to “refuse heaven.” He prefers this life, with its strle and alienation and delight, to any paradise. His work is both a rebellious assertion of the call to clarity and a profound affirmation of the world in all its aspects. It braces the reader in its humanity and heart.
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