I've spent the last two feeding sessions with the apprehensive expectation of being nipped -- pun intended.
Naturally, it's not going to happen now. He's going to wait until I no longer even think about his teeth while I nurse. Then chomp! I fully intend to yelp and scare the daylights out of him. Then hopefully he'll never do it again.
As soon as you mentioned teeth and breastfeeding, this passage from little red riding hood came to my mind...Good Luck! and yes, you are right, sooner or later he will bite you when you least expect it, kids are like that...they lull you into a false sense of security ("oh no, he would NEVER do that to me, he loves ME!)then they strike... and get this!, if you scare him when he bites you he is going to hold that against you later on!! (remember those therapy sessions we talked about?). Is this a catch 22?
Actually, I seriously considered that any yelping on my part might make him bite harder, but I finally decided that it would actually make him cry -- in this case, a good thing b/c it means he'll open his mouth to let out a wail.