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  #21  
July 7th, 2013, 10:12 PM
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hahahahaha I find this really funny ONLY because as a total JOKE I told dh that we should get some elastic to make a strap to hold Arthur's soother in his mouth, because oh my goodness we've created a monster. But the rest of the joke was... "too bad we'd go to jail for it"... I didn't actually think products like this could exist.. I mean how stupid can you get!

That said, I completely see how someone was in my position and totally over the suck, suck, spit, cry, suck, suck, spit, cry routine I'm currently in, thought this would be a good idea! Too bad, they must have been a little more sleep deprived and desperate than the rest of us!
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July 8th, 2013, 01:32 AM
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Aww, is he fussy?

But seriously, that thing is CRAZY!
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July 8th, 2013, 06:56 AM
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He's not really fussy, but he is the most 'oral' baby I've ever seen. He is sucking on my boob, his fingers, his fist, his arm, my fingers, anything he can get to his mouth actually at all times. we waited until he was 5.5 weeks before giving him the soother, but he really can't keep it in his mouth very long on his own, and gets upset because he doesn't understand it's his own doing, or lack of doing when it falls out.
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July 8th, 2013, 07:02 AM
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L is very oral too. There is always something in his mouth. Usually his hands and fists but when you're holding him he sucks on your shoulder, hands, forearm... Practically whatever he can get in his mouth. He grabs blankets and stuffs them in there. We use a binkie in the car and if he's really fussy and he does the same thing.. When it falls out he gets crazy.
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July 8th, 2013, 10:38 PM
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He's not really fussy, but he is the most 'oral' baby I've ever seen. He is sucking on my boob, his fingers, his fist, his arm, my fingers, anything he can get to his mouth actually at all times. we waited until he was 5.5 weeks before giving him the soother, but he really can't keep it in his mouth very long on his own, and gets upset because he doesn't understand it's his own doing, or lack of doing when it falls out.
Maybe he is teething? I know crazy right? Drake started teething at 2 months. So it is possible.
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