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Is it normal for spit up to be clear?

Is it normal for spit up to be clear?

Sometimes the spit up or drool could be clear. Sometimes this is just partially digested formula or breast milk combined with saliva. Whether it is white or clear, a little spit-up or drool after a feed is normal.

What does normal spit up look like?

The spit up fluid may look just like the formula or milk that was just fed or may appear slightly curdled. The amount of fluid spit up is usually just a small portion of the feeding, but it often appears to be much more. The infant seems otherwise well and does not seem hungry until the next feeding.

How do you burp a baby without spitting up?

Try one of these burping positions:

  1. Hold your baby against your chest (their body facing yours), with their head on your shoulder.
  2. Have your baby sit on your lap and support your baby’s chest and head with one hand while patting their back with the other.
  3. Lay your baby flat against your lap, their belly facedown.

Why does my 2 year old spit all the time?

I quickly realized my 2 year old spitting was not to show his disrespect (like a lot of adults). He would spit when he was playful, upset, angry even to express love. So, spitting for him was his way to express his emotions!

How long does it take for toddler to stop spitting?

Most actions for toddlers last for 2 weeks at the maximum, and they learn a new skill again and are going to practice that. This does not mean they can keep testing the limits you set for them, they need to know what’s socially acceptable and what is not.

Do you want to go to the sink and spit?

Do you want to go to the sink and spit?” His answer was “No!”. But that was it. He still spits to express his emotion of anger, but he spits once, and I remind him he can’t just spit everywhere and he stops after one incident. And this happens once every 3-4 days. What did I do wrong initially?

I quickly realized my 2 year old spitting was not to show his disrespect (like a lot of adults). He would spit when he was playful, upset, angry even to express love. So, spitting for him was his way to express his emotions!

Most actions for toddlers last for 2 weeks at the maximum, and they learn a new skill again and are going to practice that. This does not mean they can keep testing the limits you set for them, they need to know what’s socially acceptable and what is not.

Do you want to go to the sink and spit?” His answer was “No!”. But that was it. He still spits to express his emotion of anger, but he spits once, and I remind him he can’t just spit everywhere and he stops after one incident. And this happens once every 3-4 days. What did I do wrong initially?