I'm not sure I understand exactly what you are describing. However, I think a call to your doctors office would be entirely appropriate!
I would also make a diary of when it occurs - time of day, what she was doing, etc. And if you're able to predict when it happens, and grab a video with your phone to show the pediatrician, even better.
Athomemommie- We're going to a Superbowl part on Sunday. Hostess was talking about cheezy tator tots and I sent her your notes on cheesy hashbrowns! We'll see if she can do it
So it's Friday again! Any exciting new developments with baby? My 2.5 year old recovering from flu - I forgot to get shots this year, my mom passed away in September and lots of stuff fell through the cracks...
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