Helpline: One-year-old tantrums, premmie twin sleep, pinching and more
Repeat: In one of our most popular Helpline episodes this year, mothercraft nurse Chris Minogue tackles:
A one-year-old (and youngest of four children) throwing almighty tantrums when mum tries to get chores done around the home, Whether it's normal for three-and-a-half-year-old and 14-month-old siblings to not get along, and will there be a time when they stop fighting? Is an attachment to mum (over dad every time) healthy for a 16-month-old and will they grow out of it? Is it possible for a young baby to self settle or do you need to wait until they are three-months-old? How much sleep does a two-and-a-half-year-old need? What is the recommended 'up' time for 10-week-old (four-week corrected) premmie twins? Can you teach a nine-month-old to stop pinching when being put down to sleep (as is settled with physical touch and cuddles)?
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