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Whyyyyyy, acrobat death defying baby??? Sneakmom 2 kids; Texas 4861 posts
28th Mar '13

My 9 month old bf baby thinks the best way to boob is flipped halfway over standing his feet on the seat of the recliner and bouncing up and down with his torso in cradle or just on all fours. When will he stooooop? He's tryin to jump off the chair head first!

drunk faith1 1 child; Alabama 10081 posts
28th Mar '13

My baby is doing that too lately. She's 9 months and I call it gymnurstics.

Sneakmom 2 kids; Texas 4861 posts
28th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting FaithOne:</b>" My baby is doing that too lately. She's 9 months and I call it gymnurstics. "</blockquote>




Ha!! That's great! My nipples are still unamused though.

♥♬♡ 2 kids; Pennsylvania 10385 posts
28th Mar '13

DD did it too lol I'm waiting in my son to start now. Use to drive me nuts lol

drunk faith1 1 child; Alabama 10081 posts
28th Mar '13
Quoting Sneakthief:" <blockquote><b>Quoting FaithOne:</b>" My baby is doing that too lately. She's 9 months ... [snip!] ... She's 9 months and I call it gymnurstics. "</blockquote> Ha!! That's great! My nipples are still unamused though."


Nipples? You still have those? I think mine have been gnawed down to nothing.

Sneakmom 2 kids; Texas 4861 posts
28th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting FaithOne:</b>" Nipples? You still have those? I think mine have been gnawed down to nothing. "</blockquote>



No teeth quite yet, but I have to check to make sure they haven't been ripped off regularly.

Mama Lizzy :] 1 child; Texas 5575 posts
28th Mar '13

My 16 Month old will dance sometimes while BFing ....or try to talk

Cat Abbott 2 kids; British Columbia 1389 posts
28th Mar '13

I would put my son down and tell him if he wants to nurse, he has to nurse nicely. Actually, I wish I had been more firm with discouraging the squirming, because the kicking and fidgeting that he still tries to do drive me absolutely batty. He's 2 now and mostly weaned. I feel that if I had been firmer earlier on, he wouldn't be so persistent in his annoying habit.

Sneakmom 2 kids; Texas 4861 posts
28th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Cat Abbott:</b>" I would put my son down and tell him if he wants to nurse, he has to nurse nicely. Actually, I wish I ... [snip!] ... He's 2 now and mostly weaned. I feel that if I had been firmer earlier on, he wouldn't be so persistent in his annoying habit."</blockquote>



Yeah I tried that and ended up nursing for an hour in two minute intervals. With a two year old it's impossible. But I do set hi down for biting, just not fidgeting/rolling.

Cat Abbott 2 kids; British Columbia 1389 posts
28th Mar '13
Quoting Sneakthief:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Cat Abbott:</b>" I would put my son down and tell him if he ... [snip!] ... hour in two minute intervals. With a two year old it's impossible. But I do set hi down for biting, just not fidgeting/rolling."

Well then that doesn't help very much, does it? :P Hope he chills out for you soon!

Sneakmom 2 kids; Texas 4861 posts
28th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Cat Abbott:</b>" Well then that doesn't help very much, does it? :P Hope he chills out for you soon!"</blockquote>




Thanks! Me too. Hopefully I can try to nix this while DD is at her dad's for the long weekend.