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Babies and apples, what do they have in common?

The answer is VARITY. So, that makes sense when you ask baby advice on mums groups and you get so many different answers. Every baby is different and so are the circumstances of your baby. When you have questions or concerns with your baby, you will try and figure things out on your own, which is fine, everyone does. Do you know the difference between the good and bad advice? No, you won't, that is where it gets a bit risky. What ever advice you do want to try, it is always a good idea to back research the info and try and establish that it is actually good advise before you try it. If you notice a lot of the same answers, that is a plus, but again, research it. The advice might be great for a 6 month old but not for a 6 week old. If you want to try a few things, then do one change at a time with your baby so you know which one actually helped. I love mums groups and love everyone supporting each other, just keep in mind all the variables.

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