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#1 of 17 Old 08-16-2008, 03:51 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Does anyone else's little one have hiccups all of the time?! It's at least once daily for him... right now he has them for the second time today.
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LOL-omg yes! He did in the womb and he does now-and its pretty much the ONLY time he ever cries. He hates it. Poor little dude.

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Oh my goodness DD had chronic hiccups in the womb, it was hilarious but kinda annoying sometimes. So far this little one has only had them a time or two.
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Yeah he gets them sometimes...I love it!
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yeah.. he gets them several times a day!
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2-3 times/day over here too!

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Yup, 2-3 times a day here too for The Wee.

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Fiona had the hiccups in my tummy all the time. She got them for the first time today and boy was she MAD about it!!!

It was kinda cute
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baby just had about 10 minutes of them!

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My little one has them at least once a day
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my little one gets them at least twice a day... sometimes they are so strong it feels like I have the hiccups! DD didn't get them like this at all!

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LOL-omg yes! He did in the womb and he does now-and its pretty much the ONLY time he ever cries. He hates it. Poor little dude.
This cracks me up! DS1 would usually only ever cry when he would get the hiccups and he would yell at them. He is 3.5 now and they still make him so angry, but now he says, "Mama, I just need to go lay down in my bed - my hiccups are driving me crazy!" LOL!

Baby bean is getting them about 2 times a day. Last week they were so strong I thought she had gone breech but she didn't.

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Yes, daily...even more than that. I've noticed that when I eat something sweet it happens more.
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Mine just started hiccupping last week at 34 weeks--such a weird feeling!
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For the older kiddos with hiccups, Gripe Water works wonders. DD had hiccups all of the time in utero and once she came out, she had 'em all of the time too. A syringe full of gripe water cures them instantly for her!
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This little one has started getting them at least a couple times a day now...
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our little one has them very frequently too. i love it: it's a very gentle reminder of our babies presence....
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