Our midwife informed us that Camryn was tongue-tied, which could not be any issue and to monitor feeding. Well, she lost 10% of her birth weight (which is normal), but was gaining weight back too slowly. After some more research, and speaking to a friend who is actually tongue-tied, we decided to get it fixed. Also, our friend who is tongue-tied, said he would get it done, because it is not effecting his speach, but regular activities can be difficult, like having ice cream cones using only his lips, and if that little piece of skin gets caught inbetween his teeth, it hurts sooo much to put it out! Camryn could not extend her tongue past her lips, which can effect the breastfeeding latching as well. The longer you wait, the more difficult the procedure, viens start growing in the piece of skin etc. Like for an adult, it is day surgury usually. So, we brought her down to a doctor that specializes in tongue-ties, and he determined her case was sever enough to get it clipped. It only took a minute, he did the snip, Camryn cried, then stopped soon after. Only saw 1 drop of blood and it stopped right away. We tried feeding her right after, and we noticed she was latching better, gulping milk better, and on the way home, she was sticking out her new found freedom out of her mouth. I think it was harder on us then the baby. hahaha.