How To Stop My Toddler From Throwing Up
5.5 Consider Telling Your Child That You Will Not Pay Attention To Them When They Are Throwing Up; 6 Avoid Strong Reactions To Your Child Making Themselves Throw Up; 7 Don’t Let The Behavior Be An Effective Way To Get What They Want; 8 Avoid Harsh Or Daily Punishments; 9 Utilize A Positive Rewards System. 9.1 Have Clear Expectations; 9.2 Use Age-Appropriate. It may also help to serve tiny portions of finger foods directly on her highchair tray or a paper towel and to hold off on dishing up more until she's eaten what's there. Keep in mind, too, that most kids don't start throwing their food until they've finished eating and have grown bored. Start by giving your child very small amounts (1/2 oz or less) of fluid every 5 to 10 minutes.
Use a teaspoon instead of a glass to give fluids. Use water or another clear, noncarbonated liquid. Breast milk may be given if your child is.