not as long as you're not tickling the kid to the point where he/she can't catch their breath.
I actually read a few articles about this. The biggest issue is that babies can't speak to tell you to stop (or not). So the general consensus was to give the baby a quick tickle and stop, so he/she does not become overstimulated and uncomfortable.<br />
I find that most young children (and even not-so-young children) love being tickled. I teach middle school and it's definitely not uncommon to see the kids tickle each other silly. I imagine it's probably fun for a baby too, but like I said -- small doses. :)
If you know your baby, you dont need to ask. If your baby squirms and tries to get away do i really need to tell you to stop? We do it with our 4 month old and he laughes and such. You can tell there are times he doesnt want to so we stop. Duh
I am kind of split on that one.I mean most babies love it.But then again they can't speak to tell you to stop.IDK.
You've got to be careful doing that - the baby could rear up and wee all over you!
My sister thinks it's torture and wrong.<br />
I disagree. My sons love to be tickled. My 4 year old sometimes asks me to do it.
Not that I know of. As long as you are gentle :)
Makes them laugh which exercizes their lungs and muscles...
Not unless you are tickling it into convulsions.
Not unless you're hurting the baby when you tickle it