by momathelete (227 Posts), Thu Aug 12, 2004 09:16 pm
This is probably unrelated but a friend of mine has a son who just had his adenoids removed. They were oddly large and he always had gagging issues. Different textures and things like that. He is going into the 4th grade and has had too many gagging episodes to count. When they removed his adenoids, the doc was like -no wonder he was a gagger!! I guess they were so huge. He is recovereing this week so I don't know if it helped or not. Just adding my 2 cents. Gosh, all of this talk of bottles..my daughter is almost 13 months and she loves her bottle so much that I haven't even thought to restrict it. Honeslty, she drinks about 4 bottles a day, STILL. She just loves her milk. THe whole thing -rolling her eyes, sighing. Oh, she is in baby heaven. How can I take that away? I don't think that it will effect her SAT scores! LOL!!! Can you tell she is my last? I'm just going to let her be happy and hang onto it for awhile.....
Moderator -On Bedrest
Interim Local Coordinator -Illinois
mom to Cole (HELP pregnancy, 28 wkr) 5 yrs old
Lainey (preE pregnancy, 29 wkr) 2 yrs old
Ella (PIH, 17 wks bedrest, 37 wkr) 1 yr old