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Choking on drool CeCe (Aliyahs Mama) Due October 24; 1 child; Gulfport, Mississippi 723 posts
11th Feb '10

For about a month now my LO has been drooling alot, I'm guessing she's teething? she is 3 months today, but this morning she woke up choking like if I wouldn't have heard her she would have probably choked to death, she was stiff an couldn't breathe and I am just a nervous wreck right now, but anyway I got a syringe and sucked her mouth out and patted her back... What can I do about this?

SunDropBootyPop 1 child; New Windsor, New York 34173 posts
11th Feb '10
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SunDropBootyPop 1 child; New Windsor, New York 34173 posts
11th Feb '10

Thats one of the main reasons I prefered my son sleep on his stomach.

CeCe (Aliyahs Mama) Due October 24; 1 child; Gulfport, Mississippi 723 posts
11th Feb '10
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Cam-Bam's Mama-Jam 1 child; Waterloo, New York 10992 posts
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Conlon's Warden 1 child; Grand Rapids, Michigan 15185 posts
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SunDropBootyPop 1 child; New Windsor, New York 34173 posts
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Charlee ♥ Jensen 3 kids; Iowa 56325 posts
11th Feb '10

My mom doesn't understand sleeping on their backs either haha.

I put a pillow underneath the crib mattress..but she sleeps a lot better on a pillow, and since she doesn't roll over yet, she has a VERY flat pillow she sleeps on at night. She was choking on snot, but the combination of the two pillows helped her quite a bit. If you aren't comfortable with the pillow in the crib i'd definatley put a pillow or blanket underneath the mattress to prop her up a little bit.

Poor baby :( I'd be a nervous wreck too!