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WLOalldatime posted:
Wow, i have the same thing. My little one is just over 3 months and he is a chub. He spits up all the time. We will have to throw away our couch. Pedi's are not concerned but I hate him going through that. I just let him get it out now in the play and bounce. Makes him feel better after wards. I watch for blood and discolorations in the spit up on the cloth that I lay down and his bib. Bibs are a must. There is nothing you can do until your LO develops a stronger stomach lining and that muscle that will help the LO hold it down better. Happy spitters are are at 6 months I heard. Only reflux and allergies make it past that usually.
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