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Old 10-02-2012, 06:22 PM   #4
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Re: Frustrating nursing behavior - help!

Thanks ladies.

I will try to make ds wait a little longer, I tried to this afternoon. If he started messing around we stopped and waited. He was not a fan but he was a little less rude when I did let him nurse.

I do think he's teething. His gums are all lumpy and he's more fussy than usual. Tylenol does nothing for him unfortunately but telling him no but offering something else soothing is a good idea.

How long does this stage last? I'm dying over here. Nursing has been one of my few opportunities to tune out a little. This bebe is nonstop action so this was my only down time to read or watch part of a tv show. Frustration tolerance is getting low when I don't have an chance to disengage.
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