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08-16-2010 12:16 PM
triony T has just started making a funny noise where it sounds like he's having trouble breathing. Usually on an inhale when he's talking a lot. I watched him for a bit and decided he was just learning new ways to make sounds.
08-16-2010 11:16 AM
NH mom Charlie (4.5 mo) has started, um... chuffling? (Is that even a word?) I don't know what to call it. He'll be laying on the floor, or in his bouncy, and all of a sudden he'll start sounding like a horse chuffling. At first I thought it might be a new trick he'd taught himself and was doing it for fun, but what if it's not? He doesn't seem distressed by it, but nor does he seem to find it amusing, and he doesn't do it when he's sleeping. Just a quirk? Or a precursor to asthma or something?

Anyone else?

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