Hoping Smilemomma or someone can advise me here.I am some what concerned because my baby SQUEAKS when she chews (quite loudly like a squeaky door) and always has.She did see a dentist at one year and all looked OK and slightly later when I called her about the squeaking she said she never has heard of it before but did not think it was a problem.She was an early teether & had all in except 2 yr molars at 13 months.( this babe has done EVERYTHING early from crawling at 4 months to walking and bilingual talking at 6 months so not a surprize,Ped said she was developmentally like an 18 month old at 9 months and remains equally precocious).My concern with the squeaking is that she had/has a feeding problem that involved jaw problems and after seeing soooooo many medical and alternative practioners ( OT's, D.O.,chiropractors,homeopaths, cranial sacral,lactation specialist etc,etc on & on ) she still never learned to suck properly without hurting me ( tho she has always latched perfectly).She is only 18 lbs at 18 months ( was 13 lbs at 9 months so doing good!) and still breastfeeds alot as she loves it and it keeps her healthy,but I have had extremely sore & inflamed nipples the whole time.I & all have been amazed that I have lasted this long,but its not like there has been a whole lot of choice as she is a very fussy eater.She had the same problem with the bottle ( that we tried to supplement with breast milk) as breast so refused and never would take a pacifier or any kind of milk or formula.She started drinking from a cup at 6 months ( organic kefir and sourcreme is all that she will take when in the mood ) and would not be fed starting at 9 months.She seems to chew well ,but only eats minute amounts.She is tall ,but has never been on the chart for weight since birth ( 6.15 then).Do you think that the squeaking indicates a problem in this case? If so ,whom would I see about it? Thanks so much!