My 6 1/2-month-old has recently, on occasion, decided to use me as a teething implement. She has no teeth yet, but they've been "on the way" for months now. Once in a while, but with no regular schedule, she'll clamp down and pull her head back, scraping me past her gums with great force. She does that with her toys -- I've seen her clamp down and pull the toy out until it flies out of her mouth. I've tried stopping the feeding, but then she just starts babbling and smiling -- like she can't even associate the two. I've tried telling her "No" in a stern voice when I stop the feeding, but again, she can't really get it (her age, of course!). I can sometimes tell when she's going to do it and I stick my finger in to stop her, but sometimes she'll behave that way and not chomp down. Any advice? She'll do it numerous times a day and then not again for a couple days or weeks -- and sometimes randomly once in a while. Not consistent. Fearing the day the teeth come in!!!