I noticed lately that whenever my son nurses, his head literally gets wet from how much it sweats. It soaks the sheet beneath him. Granted, it is hot as heck outside, but this is happening in an air-conditioned room. Does anyone's LO sweat from the scalp while nursing?
DS would sweat like a racehorse as he was falling asleep. He still does this a lot of the time, at 4.5 yrs old and having weaned a year ago.
DD sweats every time she nurses, no matter what the temperature.
I half figure it is normal and half figure my kids are freaks.
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Married to Michael and Mother of Jake 9, Jillianne 7, Jensen 5, Jacen 4. I've got severe osteoporosis, a fractured hip and chronic pain-so please be patient with me! Pagan,Crocheter,Reader,Homeschooler- that's me in a nutshell.
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SAHM to DS Jan09, DD Mar11.
enjoying motherhood way more than science:
married to DH (2003) mama to DD(Nov 2008) & DS (Mar 2011)
Now, at 2 YO she still sweats a lot in bed. I think some kids are just sweaty.
And we are joyfully awaiting a new addition in April 2011! <><
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