Re: tongue-tied infants and nursing??
My son just had the procedure done at 14 months. I highly encourage you to speak to your pedi about this ASAP. If you wait too long it becomes an ordeal and then you will have to deal with possibly having your child go under general anesthesia for the 2 second clip. (that's what happened to us!)
It's interesting because some pedis will do the procedure, and others make a big deal out of it and tell you to wait. You will have to decide for yourself if it's in the best interest of your child.
In our experience, breastfeeding a tongue tie baby caused major problems nursing.... then we discovered he was unable to swallow solid foods so the problem became a huge issue as he got older. Also speech issues, hygiene... they can't clean out their teeth w/ tongue or lick an ice cream cone being tongue tied.
For us it was something we REALLY wanted to have done and I am so beyond annoyed that we didn't realize he was tongue tied at birth and have it clipped right away. The procedure is soooo simple and we saw automatic results. He went from gagging on all foods and spitting them out, to eating everything we put in front of him.
Anyways, that's our personal experience. Good luck!