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    Gagging
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    alexgodsgift posted:
    My two year old gags himself and thinks it funny. Can someone help if they experienced this with their child. Thank you
     
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    menon55 responded:
    Yes, my little guy does this sometimes too! He's 22 months. He will actually make himself puke sometimes, but this has only happened like twice out of the hundred times he's gagged himself. My husband and I quit acting like we even notice although it's hard.. we want to make him stop! Seems acting like we don't notice takes the "funny" out of it and he quits. Hardly ever does it anymore. On occasion he'll do it, I think cause he's bored, so I get his attention on something else and he stops.


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