Last night baby Elle’s Angel Care monitor went off at midnight. I freaked and ran into her room. She had wedged herself in the corner of the crib and was too far away from the sensor. She was fine.
I moved her back to the middle of the crib and went back to bed. At two, I heard her crying, not usual for her. I returned to her room and she was wedged in the corner again and had her head pressed against the crib slats, it obviously hurt. I put her back in the middle of the crib and kissed her goodnight again, no residual crying.
When I got back to bed Elle’s dad asked what was happening. I told her she had wedged her head and it hurt.
He said, “Some babies like the pain of banging their heads.”
I said, “That is stupid.”
He said, “I read it somewhere.”
I asked, “Where?”
He said, “I am not sure if it is reputable.”
I said, “Probably not.”
Apparently there is a