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My daughter is a big spitter. We have days where she feeds, spits up a LOT several times and is crying for the breast again because she's hungry because she barfed everything up. We walk around holding her AND a receiving blanket to wipe barf from her face. We never go anywhere without an extra change of clothing and two receiving blankets from this barf. When does it stop?????????????? I'm so tired of this. I really would think something is wrong with this kid(ie, reflux) if she was crying. She sometimes projectile vomits but it's infrequent. She doens't cry about it. She's happy, gaining weight, etc. It's more of a laundry problem than anything else. I just want to knwo when babies stop spitting up. We notice that she does better when held upright for about 20 minutes following a feeding and that when she barfs, it keeps coming. It's like when she starts, she can't stop. It just pumps out of her several times in a row. And this is daily. I'm getting so frustrated and tired of laundry and people saying that there must be something wrong with my milk and that she has a tummy ache.: I love nursing. 5 months and going strong, with no intentions of stopping. She refuses bottles anyway. But honestly, when can i expect that this spitting up will lessen or stop altogether. My older dd never really spit up so I have no clue!