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Jamie Rhoads

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I need some advice. My daughter is 21 months and nurses whenever she asks. She's gone through biting stages before but this time it's lasting more than a few days. The first few times she bit me I said "owe!" and naturally it makes me jump a little. Unfortunately, she thinks this is funny. So, next I tried to remain very calm and I tell her very firmly not to bite the milkies, she smiles a huge smile anyway, I'm not smiling. Now I'm just putting my breast away and turning away from her without a word. When she bites me she already knows I cover myself up because immediately after she bites me she turns away and doesn't expect to relatch. She's not playing before she bites me, but she does often nurse just for comfort or snuggles. Any tips? Just to clarify, every time she has bitten me I've immediately covered up.
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Emerielyn'smama

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My daughter has only ever bitten me twice, but after the first time I asked around and did some reading. The second time she bit me I immediately told her no, put her on the floor and walked out of the room. It hasn't happened since. Of course she threw a fit and I returned after just a minute or two, but since my daughter is a huge comfort nurser too, I think it got the point across.
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Jamie Rhoads

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Thanks for your reply. I'll try that, and I don't know why I haven't yet! I did that exact thing when she started pulling my hair and it worked immediately.
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