had the same issue with my son i could not even leave the room for 2 seconds, let alone anyone else hold him. He eventually grew out of it but it took a while i wish i could help with suggestions, sorry View Thread
I wouldn't judge by watching her one time. All kids are different and develop differently. My kids are both small because they where born samll, 5 lbs. And they both cryed like evry baby does. LOL my first did nothing but cry and kept me up all night long everynight for over a year and he is fine. My daughter on the other hand sleeps well but like him is small and ALOT of the time refuses to eat. she is 7 months also and is 12lbs. Dr says she is as healthy as can be View Thread
My two year old did this as well, I remember after i had him and was being discharged from the hospital his pedi came in and talked to us for a whille he said that babies sneeze alot they do it to clear their airways because they can't clear their throat etc....my 2 month old baby girl does this as well. All is good! Perfectly normal View Thread
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