Whiny

Diane - posted on 07/02/2009 ( 5 moms have responded )

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My son is a very happy baby. While he still is, he's been whiny lately instead of just his normal cry. Is that normal or do I have a spoiled baby?

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Heather - posted on 07/06/2009

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Quoting Rebekah:

I have been told by a dentist friend that my little girl is starting to cut her 1 year old molars now and she is generally upset about the whole process, she sure is.....

We are having a pretty tuff time all round due to these nasty teeth. We' re just hoping it will pass in a few weeks.


Good to know! My husband and I both think it is the teething, but hard to be sure.

Rebekah - posted on 07/06/2009

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I have been told by a dentist friend that my little girl is starting to cut her 1 year old molars now and she is generally upset about the whole process, she sure is.....



We are having a pretty tuff time all round due to these nasty teeth. We' re just hoping it will pass in a few weeks.

Heather - posted on 07/02/2009

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I was wondering the same about my Anna. My instincts tell me it is just a phase. I think I notice her more whiny if she doesn't sleep good, or when she is teething. Don't forget your baby is growing and changing and with that learning to communicate. The whiny thing is probably just another way of communicating. I wouldn't worry about a spoiled child until he is old enough to talk back, then you will know for sure:) lol! by the way I love your profile picture.

Susan - posted on 07/02/2009

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I am experiencing the same with my daughter. She screams when I leave or I am not paying attention to her. Its very trying to say the least.

Hayley - posted on 07/02/2009

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My baby girl does the same, she's started going through separation anxiety which I think can start from about 10 months right up until they are about 3 years old. She whines and gets upset if I leave the room to nip to the loo or go into the kitchen to make a drink. Its very difficult sometimes to remain calm and supportive as after several weeks of it (and prior to it a wonderfully contented happy baby) its difficult, very tiring and draining. I hope it passes quickly though - fingers crossed!

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