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♠ Bob Wehadababyitsaboy Due September 10; 2 kids; 4 angel babies; California 29988 posts
20th Feb '13

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user banned 2 kids; Silly, Belgium 6539 posts
20th Feb '13

I would give her more smaller meals/snacks throughout the day to avoid her eating too much all at once. Even if this means 10 times a day. It takes a while for the stomach to signal the brain that it's full and she is probably so hungry at the beginning she eats faster and doesn't realize when she's had enough.

Colt's mommy 1 child; Moore, Oklahoma 20544 posts
20th Feb '13

The eating her throw up is super gross....BUT, I know my son around that age (a few months older) for a while ate constantly. He would eat anything and everything. He never threw up from over eating though. Now it's hard to even get him to finish a meal.

BαtMαɳ Secret Bat Cave, CA, United States 53489 posts
20th Feb '13
Quoting Pusherman:" I would give her more smaller meals/snacks throughout the day to avoid her eating too much all at once. ... [snip!] ... brain that it's full and she is probably so hungry at the beginning she eats faster and doesn't realize when she's had enough."


This.



And try to get her on an eating schedule. I think that might makes things easier for her body to adjust to "when" to be hungry.



But I would def bring it up with her pedi.

Mandy and her girls!~ 3 kids; Illinois 10028 posts
20th Feb '13

How would a baby have an eating disorder? Honest question. And My 8 month old is like that, she will eat and eat if we let her. I just have to get her interested in something else sometimes so she wont want food. And babies at that age will put anything in their mouth even their puke, they don't know what it is haha.

Bob Wehadababyitsaboy Due September 10; 2 kids; 4 angel babies; California 29988 posts
20th Feb '13

definitely gonna try the schedule thing and call her Pedi about it. The eating the throw up thing is gross it almost makes me want to throw up when she tries to do it. But it's like she can never get enough food and always wants more. She sticks anything in her mouth, we vacuum like twice a day and she still happens to find the most random stuff like the other day we caught her trying to eat a tiny bolt And we have no idea where it came from. We're constantly feeding her from our plates as well as giving her a bottle and little snacks so i know she's getting enough food but she just wants more.

Bob Wehadababyitsaboy Due September 10; 2 kids; 4 angel babies; California 29988 posts
20th Feb '13
Quoting Mandy and her girls!~:" How would a baby have an eating disorder? Honest question. And My 8 month old is like that, she will ... [snip!] ... she wont want food. And babies at that age will put anything in their mouth even their puke, they don't know what it is haha."

I really dont know, that's why i asked. But yea i think it's more of a curiosity thing but im not too sure.

Turtley Mikey Due October 31; 2 kids; California 50611 posts
20th Feb '13

A kinda did/does this. She sometimes would like stock pile food into her mouth like a hamster saving it for the winter... and she would put so much in there, that she would gag and/or throw up.