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Posted by: Suzie | 2007/03/13

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Baby Squeezing

I have a fourteen-month-old baby girl, her grandmother taught her to squeeze before falling asleep, we went to an occupational therapist who told us she should squeeze like that, so we stopped it. Now she would walk to a table and squeeze and if you take here away, she would find another place to squeeze. Even when she has just waked up she would squeeze she still plays but not as much as she use to.
Please help how can we help her to stop squeezing.

Expert's Reply

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Paediatrician

I am totally puzzled by your question. Could you explain exactly what you mean by squeezing.

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Posted by: Suzie | 2007/03/14

It is like this, she would kneel on the floor while holding onto the table and squeeze. I dont know how else to discribe this. She would just sit and press, most of the time she would stare and is a little red in the face.

Reply to Suzie
Posted by: Kay | 2007/03/14

I would also like to know what you mean by squeezing

Reply to Kay
Posted by: Page | 2007/03/14

Hi Suzie

Excuse my ignorance, what does she squeeze?

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