When babies begin to have teeth, They start biting with their new teeth by nature. When babies bite others with their new teeth, they usually feel the frustration, stress, or lack of power in their teeth.
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The reactions that people respond to the baby’s biting creates a sense of empowerment in babies.
One of the earliest methods your child uses to explore the world on his/her own is an essential way of examining things by mouth. So most of the things in the world will be tasted by your little one.
Then after a while, he/she began to experience things in the teeth or gums. Some children bite their teeth in a social situation because they do not understand how to express their feelings.
Children who are not old enough to wait their turn or share their belongings often bite other children to convince them. Little children occasionally bite when they see these older children — playing games that have control over the games or any other activity.
The youngest child in the home is often a tooth-cutting human being. Where his/her older siblings can easily express their needs, they often get what they need, but your little one thinks he/she is weak to convey his/her message to others.
If the baby and older are sitting together, the toddler will notice that the biting attracts attention and is often gets the thing of his/her choice.
At the age of 12 to 35 months, your child has to struggle most to learn to express his/her feelings.
Some toddlers use biting with teeth as a mechanism to release their stress.
These children do not even know if they are depressed or angry about something, so in such a situation, they attack any nearby soft and flexible arm.