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    Sitting up and spitting up

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    Giovanni's spit ups have diminished tremendously! so I'm not so worry about this but...
    Everytime I hold his arms like to play with him to sit him up he spits ups, it seems like it's the pressure on his tummy and it made me wonder if it's normal or if it's too soon to sit him up while supporting him, I don't think it's too soon but thought I would ask
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    Definitely not too soon to sit him up while supporting him. Sometimes babies will spit up when they first sit up. It happens. At times it means their belly is a little too full or they need to be burped a little longer. You could try feeding him a little, burping him well, sitting him up for a while to look around, then feeding him the rest and burping again. It obviously will take a while to do all that, but it's great mommy baby time!
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    Not too soon at all, it's just the pressure on his tummy It's pretty normal. All my kids did it.
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    Hayden does it too when I hold his hands to sit up. Not everytime, but it does happen. I'd say it's pretty normal.


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    Carters been doing it too since weve been putting him in the bumbo, Im pretty sure its normal. Since he started rolling he spits up more too.
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    I knew he is in that time where he should be sitting up supported and all that but like always I get freaked out
    He is getting very strong now and I LOOOVE playing with him that way so I'm glad it's normal!
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    Yup, Amelia is not a spitter but if I am holding her facing out with my arms around her belly she'll spit up some.

    Isn't it amazing how fast they change??
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    Yes it is! I miss my tiny baby but I'm enjoying my son so much
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    Quote Originally Posted by xocassandralee View Post
    Carters been doing it too since weve been putting him in the bumbo, Im pretty sure its normal. Since he started rolling he spits up more too.
    OH yes.. the rolling spit up.. Has he mushed his face in it yet? Lol. It's like Ashtons favorite past time.. ohhh spit.. smush... I think he does it on purpose because every other time he's on his belly he's holding his head up

    But its pretty normal to spit up when they are sitting still. Ashtons just now growing out of it...



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    yep I would say that was pretty normal. My dd used to do that all the time when she was a baby.

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