Yes, you were told they would spit up. Yes, you read all about reflux. But there's no way to prepare yourself for the frothy post-meal Old Faithful geyser capable of spewing back out of your sweet cherub on occasion. Somehow, the milk or formula he just happily slurped down seems to increase in volume by 10,000 percent and exits his mouth with the force of a fire hose. It will be on you. It will be on your furniture. It will be on your ceiling. And, unless it happens every time he eats, it's totally normal. Unfortunately.