Friday, April 09, 2010
Baby giggles have a nearly 100% infection rate. Exposure means certain contraction.
It seems there shoyldnt be a problem, rught?
But sometimes you need to not smile.
Sometimes that sweet drooling baby has just decided he's not all that thirsty anymore, but nonetheless grabs mama's nipple and instead of latching on, very deliberately bites, then looks up, smiles. And giggles.
This is when I try to make a sad face, say no, and remove baby from the breast.
But that smile, it's so contageous... And those giggles- they're so infectous...
How do I avoid sending the wrong message?
Dealing with babies who bite when breastfeeding is hard.
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From the mind of Slee at 12:53 PM
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