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Mr. Fuss snorts when he is annoyed with something. *lol* If we take too long to feed him or he is on belly time too long and wants to get up or wants to get up out of bed he snorts. He doesn't cry that much only when he gets really ticked off or is hurt or something.
He starts with fast breathing though this nose.. if you ignore that he starts to snort loudly.. after that comes the annoyed whining and only after that will he cry. Its pretty funny.. We call them Death Con level 1-4
Its really funny because he did that the very first day that he was born.. We were trying to get him to nurse and he wanted to go back to sleep and he started snorting. *L* The nurse said that they outgrow it in about 2 months because their nasal passages aren't developed but he still does it and I think it's intentional, not because of underdeveloped nasal passages.
Oh yes, all the time. I used to call him Piggy. He did it a lot when he was tiny, even made the dr laugh at his first checkup. It's usually when he's fussing about being hungry and/or before he starts to cry. I noticed that it's happening less though, but as a matter of fact, he just now snorted. Lol...he's still asleep & was trying to get his thumb back in his mouth.
It's interesting to notice their little patterns! Anna doesn't snort, but she does the fast breathing first, then if you still haven't responded she'll call out a few times, then more intense fussing, then crying.