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  1. Re: 13 month old suddenly sinking his teeth into my skin - w

    Thanks for the support! He does use a new spill-proof sippy cup now... I wonder if that's part of it.

    I guess I'll just have to wait it out and see what happens. And here I thought nursing...
  2. Re: 13 month old suddenly sinking his teeth into my skin - w

    Thanks for your replies.

    He's not actually biting me. He's sinking his teeth in for the duration of the nursing session. It's like he's using his top teeth to hang on - but he never used to do...
  3. 13 month old suddenly sinking his teeth into my skin - why??

    Hi everyone,
    My almost 13 month old is suddenly sinking his 4 top teeth into my skin every time he nurses. It's painful, and I end up with 4 teeth marks at the base of my nipples. He's always had...
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    Re: Used to make a lot...now not enough

    I was about to post a new thread, because this is exactly my problem, too. I went back to work when baby was 13 weeks and was easily pumping 16+ ounces in three sessions while away from my baby for...
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    Re: Pumping more than baby drinking?

    Thank you! I figured if I was pumping that amount, he was probably used to eating that amount during the day, or more. Last night he did wake up 3x to feed, so you may be right, mercystreet.

    I...
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    Pumping more than baby drinking?

    I just started back at work this week. My LO is 3 months old and ebf. When we're together, he nurses a lot in the mornings, and a bit less later in the day, but usually around every 2 hours. He...
  7. Re: Baby fussy & refuses to nurse in late afternoons (long)

    Thank you, ladies. He seems to have good evenings and bad evenings, so I think you're right, Mommal, it's just him being a baby. And maybe he was sometimes filling up too much on the bottles, even...
  8. Re: Baby fussy & refuses to nurse in late afternoons (long)

    I generally put 3 1/2 oz in the bottles. Sometimes he drinks it all, sometimes he leaves some.

    Is that too much?
  9. Baby fussy & refuses to nurse in late afternoons (long)

    Hi, everyone. I've been reading these forums since my son was born in January, and have found them really helpful! We had extreme troubles with tongue-tie, posterior-tongue-tie, milk blisters,...
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