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    Default What's with this noise??

    DD (almost 5 months) has been making this noise lately. It's like a droning "nnnnnnnnngggg" noise. She does it constantly. It's like a whingy noise and she looks a little unhappy too. It usually starts after she's had a feed and been up for maybe 20-30 mins.

    I have a feeling it might be frustration - she's rolling onto her tummy and trying to push her bum up and reaches forward with her hands, so maybe she really wants to be on the move and is frustrated.

    She's happy when she's carried or sitting in her high chair watching me.

    She has had reflux but that's resolved now and I'm pretty sure the noise isn't because of pain or discomfort.

    Anyone else's bub do this? Did you work out what it was?

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    My DD is the same age and I have just started noticing this noise too. It sounds like whinging to me as well. DH and I think it could be boredom or wanting attention because she usually does it when she is in her bouncer. I would love to know anyone else ideas though.

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    Could be boredom I guess, maybe just generally not impressed for whatever reason!

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    While DD was up this afternoon she kept rolling onto her tummy and then she'd start making the noise. I think it must be that she's getting annoyed with her limited movement. Hmmm...


 

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