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Taler Fri 06-Jun-14 07:22:10

Anyone know if these are related to teething?
And if not whether it does mean anything

Rockchick1984 Fri 06-Jun-14 08:54:08

Do you mean child is blowing raspberries? It's probably just a new skill that makes a good noise so he/she will do it loads!

Goldmandra Fri 06-Jun-14 10:22:35

They usually do it just because they enjoy the sensation.

My DD2 was perfecting her raspberry blowing skills during my childminding Ofsted inspection once. The inspector thought it was hilarious until DD decided to aerosol puréed veg over her at the dinner table grin

MiaowTheCat Fri 06-Jun-14 11:25:23

It's just a thing they discover how to do en-route to learning to talk... DD2's going through a phase of it at the moment so of course DD1 has decided to join in for the sheer hell of it and I had them both pffffffffttttting away around Tesco the other day in the trolley!

lljkk Fri 06-Jun-14 11:34:42

It means they've discovered how cute they are. smile

Guin1 Fri 06-Jun-14 13:54:41

DS's raspberry phase was about 4 months before we saw any teeth, so I don't think the two are related.

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