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You might be one of those lucky mothers, like me, whose child has a very high gag reflex.
True story: I was getting my toddler changed and dressed the other morning, and so far he had about 4 ounces of milk. I hadn’t brushed yet, and when he got up to hug me, must have got a big whiff of the morning breath. Poor kid started gagging until he threw up all the milk he had just drank. Then yesterday morning, he ate a great breakfast, pancakes, fresh blackberries from the back yard. About 20 minutes later, he tells grammy he wants an apple. She gives him a small piece, and he proceeds to gag on that until he throws up whatever was still in his stomach from breakfast.
Long story short, he has gagged on anything that remotely TOUCHES the back of his toungue, even a swift breeze, since birth. And it hasn’t stopped yet. .
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