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catten147 posted:
My son doesn't seem to know when to quit sometimes. I'm starting to go by time if he doesn't act like he's slowing down because when I know he is going longer he seems to spit up a lot. I really don't want to do that because I'm afraid he won't be getting enough sometimes. He does get a bottle when I am at work and I let him have the Soothie pacifier sometimes. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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