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    Thanks ladies, I'll give the putting down a go. I'm hoping it's just a phase since the two topped have just poked through and he's just playing with them since they're new, last week the new trick was grinding his teeth which he seems to have switched for the biting.

    I was watching him just now during the 11am feed and noticed he seemed to hold off biting me until he was finished. But this morning he did it in between.

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    Argh.... Teeth grinding! My son does it and it drives me mad! I never knew it was a thing that bubs do but all the kids at my mothers group do it too.

    I feel your pain

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    Yes, I've looked after a few kids that have ground their teeth. It's usually just a phase that passes after about a month thank god!

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    Hey holly... My bubba refused his arvo feed yesterday (woke at 4:15 from his arvo nap). Bit me playfully then it was obvious he just wasn't hungry... He had a massive lunch that's probably why. Dinner was at 5 and he are well then. Took the book at 6:30.


 

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