Aiden's looks the same way. The pedi hasn't mentioned anything so I'm not worried about it. I figured it's just because he doesn't have much fat to cover what I normally wouldn't notice. Kind of the Ethiopian look. Aiden just doesn't have much fat. As he has grown though it is much less noticable.
Aiden Mitchell William: July 29, 2005
Lillian (Lily) Elizabeth: November 28, 2007
Expecting either Logan Dale or Evelyn Eleanor: December 5, 2013
1/3/07 3:43 P
Hey all, My son just turned 4 months old and I've noticed that since he was born, one side of his stomach (the left side) seems to protude out to the side, while the other side seems more "normal". Has anyone come across this problem? I get so frustrated when I take him to his doctor visits and he has some more vaccines coming up in the next few days and I plan on being a wart and asking the doctor again about his stomach (last time I only asked about the stomach pain and was told it's normal for them), but my son is constantly moving his legs up and down, back and forth, sometimes it's hilarious to just sit there and watch him "exercising", but I always worry and question the reason behind it. I want to strangle the doctor everytime he says it's normal --- you know, you go into that manic mommy mode where you think you know better than the doctor lol
Please offer any advice or post any experiences - I'd rather have some mommy-to-mommy advice than hear those doctor's same words again.
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