Does anyone have any words of wisdom on this subject? I've tried everything: firmly saying 'no', discontinuing the nursing session & I even read online to hold the baby close momentarily so he feels like his breathing is limited...who could do that?! I nursed my older son until he was a year...he bit me once when he was getting his first tooth: A light flick on the bottom of the chin & he never did it again. My youngest thinks it's a game. When I say 'no' or whince, he actually giggles. Help?!
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