Advanced search

Mumsnet hasn't checked the qualifications of anyone posting here. If you have medical concerns, please seek medical attention; if you think your problem could be acute, do so immediately. Even qualified doctors can't diagnose over the internet, so do bear that in mind when seeking or giving advice.

1 year old baby has 'shivers' about 5 times a day

(13 Posts)
dontwanttogetoutofbed Mon 10-Sep-07 20:43:03

otherwise she is perfectly healthy. i noticed this a few months ago and she still does it. any advice.....?

themildmanneredjanitor Mon 10-Sep-07 20:43:43

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

NAB3 Mon 10-Sep-07 20:44:16

wee wee shiver.

dontwanttogetoutofbed Mon 10-Sep-07 20:49:35

i have been wondering about this for a few months. thanks for that!!

Aimsmum Mon 10-Sep-07 20:50:33

Message withdrawn

3littlefrogs Mon 10-Sep-07 22:48:57

Doing a wee. It is normal.

BabiesEverywhere Mon 10-Sep-07 23:12:57

peeing, stick her on a potty and save a nappy

ruddynorah Mon 10-Sep-07 23:14:24

wee wee. dd's 16 months and now says weewee when she shivers. i only found out what it was when i left her nappy off one day.

lomondgal Mon 10-Sep-07 23:30:10

agree my 1st did it all the time nothing to worry about

margosbeenplayingwithmynoonoo Mon 10-Sep-07 23:36:05

well, you learn something new everyday. dd2 does this too

callmeovercautious Mon 10-Sep-07 23:37:30

Wow - really!? Well you learn something new etc!

DD does this and I just thought she was thinking hard grin

callmeovercautious Mon 10-Sep-07 23:38:05

LOL margo - great minds!

nachomama Tue 11-Sep-07 00:11:18

was going to say: ds's shivers are preceded by 3-5 seconds by a torrent of urine. Ha ha it was the HV who discovered this to her peril when I asked with a demonstration as he was about to be weighed at 8 weeks.

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, watch threads, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now »

Already registered? Log in with: