Biting is very common in infants and toddlers and can be very frustrating for parents. Newborns may bite during breastfeeding, and toddlers may bite to gain attention or vent anger or frustration. Issuing a time-out and giving a child appropriate verbal expressions to deal with their frustration can be very effective. Read more: Childhood Biting Article
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