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I was wondering if any of you BTDT mommies or even new mommies have noticed your LO spitting up in cycles? I mean, Elias will spit up after almost every meal, even into 2 hours after eating for days on end. Then he will go for a week or 2 without spitting up at all! Then, just when I think he's done spitting up for good, he starts back up again for days spitting up all the time. Is that normal? We're not doing anything differently when he stops spitting up or even when he starts again. Same foods, same amounts, always burping him with every bottle a few times. I just don't understand why he goes in cycles. Anything you ladies got for me?
I don't know the answers but I can say you're not alone. Michaela seems to do this too. Daniel wasn't really a sickly baby. I've spoken to the doctor about it and the doctor doesn't think there's anything to worry about since she looks healthy and chunky enough and is not put off eating by it.
I don't think it's anything to do with being sick or anything, I just wonder why it happens this way. It would make more sense to me if we were doing something different during those times, but we aren't. It's odd to me. I love the days he's spit up free I don't have to change my clothes or his as often lol
Hm! I don't think any of mine have done that. They either spit all the time or stopped altogether by a certain age. Vincent has been the least of my spitters, but I can relate to how awful it can be. My daughter projectile vomited every time she ate for 9 months. I am sure it can be normal,what you are dealing with. I might be inclined to take him to a chiropractor. I had a friend who's son was a big spitter and one tiny stomach adjustment stopped every bit of it. I had no idea a stomach could be adjusted. If I ever deal with another baby like my daughter, I will absolutely try it.