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I am in the running for pacifier retention and hand deflection.
My baby likes to have the pacifier in her mouth when she's going to sleep, but she spits it out a lot. Also, her hands have not gotten the same message from her brain and are constantly trying to pull it out. When she succeeds, she cries at me like it's my fault.
It reminds me of this video where a dog starts attacking its own foot, which is hilarious.
Somehow Maggie has figured out how to hurl things across the room. Not sure how since she can't coordinate her arms well enough to gnaw on her own fist half the time, but she's got one heck of a throw!
I'm going to win the human pacifier marathon. He'll sleep soundly with my nipple in his mouth, but it I slip it out, he's grunting and rooting around.
I have to deal with this sometimes too. For me it's just putting the boob away. If I leave it hanging out, she sleeps like an angel, but if I dare to cover myself up, I create a disturbance in the universe that she just can't handle.
I'm in the running for the Repetitive Fetch category. I'm forever picking up her Sophie, Apple Dumplin rag doll or any other toy she's addicted to at the moment cause she can't keep ahold of them for 2 seconds but wants them. I'm also a strong contender in the Puke Holder category. How much puke can my shirt hold at any given time? LOL
Definitely medaling in the sandman event. I spend most of my day in various stages of trying to get someone to sleep or keep someone asleep. More time is spent on putting them to sleep than they actually sleep.