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Top 50 questions parents ask

Our team has helped hundreds of parents, all the way from their first months as parents and throughout grandparenthood. Here are the fifty most common questions parents asked us - and we advised on.


Is my baby latching correctly?

Is it normal for breastfeeding to hurt so much?

How do I produce more milk?

Is my baby having enough milk?

How long should I be breastfeeding?

How do I stop breastfeeding?

My baby is nursing all the time. Is that normal?

How do I introduce my baby to solid foods?

Why does my baby cry so much?

How can I tell what my baby wants?

How do I introduce a bottle?

When should I stop using the bottle?

How do I get my baby into a sleep routine?

When should my baby start sleeping through the night?

My child started waking up again through the night. What can I do?

Should I swaddle my baby?

Should I give my baby a pacifier?

How do I get my child off the pacifier?

My baby hates baths. What should I do?

Am I spoiling my baby by holding her too much?

I don’t feel I bonded with my baby. Is that normal?

I just don't feel like myself since having a baby, is that normal?

Should I be feeling guilty when I’m not with my child?

What are the symptoms of postnatal depression?

Do I have postnatal depression?

How can I lose my baby weight?

Is it too early to my child in preschool?

Is it too early to have a second child?

Is it OK to take a vacation without the kids?

How much TV should I allow my kid to watch?

Should I let my kid using my phone?

How do I stop my toddler hitting her baby sister?

How do I use ‘timeout’?

How can I deal with my picky eater?

Is my child eating too much?

Is my child eating too little?

Why is my child not speaking yet?

My child isn’t speaking clearly, is that normal?

My child doesn’t have many friends. What should I do?

My child doesn’t like to play with others. Is that normal?

Should I help my child with their school work?

How many hours sleep should my kid get?

Is my child’s vocabulary right for her age?

My child seems to be struggling at school, is there a problem?

How can I know if my son has developmental needs?

My son has autism, is there someone I can talk to?

I'm having a hard time with my teenager; can I get some support?

I lost my sex drive since having kids. Is that normal?

My relationship has not been the same since having kids, how can I change this?

My partner and I can't agree on parenting our kids, what should I do?


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