what will be the cause when my hubby always bite my 2 mos baby in her face?
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Tara - posted on 12/06/2011
Parenting 101: do not bite your infant.
Seriously? He is biting a 2 month old child hard enough to leave a mark on her? Even if she is not crying, wtf?
There is no reason for a grown man to bite a new born, pretending to nibble your baby's toes while changing them is one thing, actually biting an infants face is something altogether different, and dare I say a little weird.
I would tell him that from now on he may only show appropriate displays of genuine affection through the normal more socially acceptable methods of kisses, snuggling and tickling. Biting is not to be used anymore to show affection to his child. And neither is pinching or flicking etc... (which all fall into the same category as biting to me.)
And if the skin was not broken, there is no risk of illness. However if he ever does break the skin, her health could be in grave danger very quickly. There are some real NASTY germs in a person mouth, you would rather she be bit by a dog than a person.
Krista - posted on 12/01/2011
Yeah, I'm assuming you're not talking about the playful "nom-nom-nom" nibbling (with lips over the teeth) that parents sometimes do to their babies. If it's leaving red marks, and he's using his actual teeth, then he's hurting her and being an idiot. She's a baby, not an apple!
WHY is he biting the baby though? There is no point to that. He either needs to stop or I would take the baby and leave until he can stop. Doesn't matter if the baby is crying or not... biting a baby is never ok.
If it doesn't break the skin... physically the baby will be fine. No telling about the psychological impact on being bitten by daddy though.
Jodi - posted on 12/06/2011
Immature is right. What is he, two? WTF? And you MARRIED this person? Sorry, but I wouldn't be letting him anywhere near my kid. I can't believe you even have to ask, let alone only be concerned about the potential illness....what about the marks on the baby's face? Doesn't it bother you that this is hurting the baby?
Mel - posted on 12/06/2011
WHAT you let your husband bite your baby you need to grt the baby & you away from him not beein funny but it start on the child you could be next im talking from experiance i was a victim of domestic violance tahnkfully he did not touch my son i gt away from him before he could look thro the phone book for the domestic violance unit they help you
yes you may love your hubby but waht about your child something like this could damage her for life sorry to be so blunt
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