Parenting

Feeding Problems

by brenda on

This is my oldest, Isaac, when he was 2 & in the hospital (with an NG tube), trying to feed the dinosaur his cheeseburger because he didn’t want it. NG Tubes When our son Isaac first got his nasogastric feeding tube, we weren’t given a lot of lessons on how to work with it on a daily basis. Feeding […]

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From the audio series Training a Child’s Will by Elisabeth Elliot Typed up by my friend Jenne Glover One of the very earliest lessons that a parent has to teach a child is to act against his own will. God has created each one of us with the faculty of choosing between two courses of […]

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by Jenne Glover Let’s face it, in those first several months, we would do anything to get our child to sleep. A drive in the car every night. Rocking until that chubby little arm flops down heavily – and them rocking a little longer. Nursing. Deep knee bends. Sitting upright all night long. Bouncy seat. […]

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