Re: Baby who bites
I think I'd immediately unlatch him and say "no" or "no biting" then wait 30 seconds or a minute or so before you try latching again. If he bites again right away, I'd repeat and either hand him off to your partner or set him down in a place where he'd normally play for a few minutes before trying to nurse again. Point being to get the idea in his head that if he bites it means he can't nurse. NOT that you refuse to nurse him for a long time (because he does need to eat, obviously) but if he understands cause and effect enough to know that biting gets a funny reaction, he will probably understand if you show him that biting gets a less desirable reaction.
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