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Old 02-11-2013, 10:42 AM   #5
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Non-nutrition sucking, aka comfort nursing, is very common in young babies. Some babies have a stronger suck need than others which could explain why one child of yours does this and one does not.

Is your baby throwing up? I'm talking projectile vomiting not little burp ups or vomiting regularly?
DD1 did also have a very strong suck need but with her I introduced the paci at the hospital. She was a champ nurser from day one so I had no fear giving it to her and she used it for three months. This LO was not as strong as a nurser at first which is why I just introduced the paci now. Of course now she is not so into it. Just me.

Thankfully she did tucker out at around midnight and slept until 5am without eating!
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