My son has developed a new habit lately - when he's being fed, he'll push at my hand and at his bottle, frequently knocking it away from his face.
While adorable, I'm not sure how to interpret this action. When offered again, he'll start sucking on it like he's hungry but then a few seconds later start fussing with it again. And if he doesn't get the full bottle, he'll be fussing and hungry in a few minutes, if not sooner.
We know he might be feeling teething pain, but I haven't seen a tooth coming in yet in his gum line.
Is my baby getting full too quick, and rejecting the bottle for later? Are they feeling teething pain and I just don't see his tooth? Is he just learning his hand-eye coordination? Or is there some other explanation for this behavior?