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Just wondering if anybody else is experiencing this...when I'm nursing and after nursing often times I can actually hear and feel my baby's tummy rumbling as if there's bubbles in it--anybody else experience this? Is it just gas? It doesn't seem to bother her when it happens I don't think, but she does have crying spells sometimes that I think are gas related.


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yes, i read it's normal and same thing happens to my babe... immature digestive system...


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Baby V has a belly that rumbles as well (: Normally that's my cue to know that food got in and she's processing her next present for me (usually it's 5 minutes after feeding or right after I change her diaper - lmbo it never fails!)


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Baby V has a belly that rumbles as well (: Normally that's my cue to know that food got in and she's processing her next present for me (usually it's 5 minutes after feeding or right after I change her diaper - lmbo it never fails!)



 

I got projectile poop a few days ago as soon as i took off the diaper!  Flew all the way to the closet!  Beware those grumbling tummies!


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I got projectile poop a few days ago as soon as i took off the diaper!  Flew all the way to the closet!  Beware those grumbling tummies!



AMEN!! I know that when I take her to the bathroom to give her a bath I have mere moments before I'm either pee'd or popped on LOL

 


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I got projectile poop a few days ago as soon as i took off the diaper!  Flew all the way to the closet!  Beware those grumbling tummies!



Hahaha I haven't gotten any super projectiles but she does poop A LOT. I think every diaper I change has poop in it. She's been a super-pooper since birth...poops 5 times on her birth day! It makes me kind of proud though...I'd rather her be a super-pooper than have trouble pooping. thumbsup.gif


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