Biting baby. Hi my name is Katrina and my premature son has been diagnoised with cerebal palsy. He was born at 30 weeks and is now 13 months old. We are doing regular physio etc and he is gettting there but still unable to sit unaided, crawl etc. My main problem is he is so frustrated at not being able to do what his brain says he should and this has lead to tantrums and biting! An boy can he bite hard! he also bites himself when he gets worked up. I am at my wits end as to how to stop him biting me as it really hurts and is hard to settle him down when worked up or to sleep when he is biting! The little monkey often thinks it is funny to bite me too! Any ideas as to how to stop him?
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Caroline - posted on 07/02/2012
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