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Eunice Oneil
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Re: teething

Post by Eunice Oneil » Sun Aug 12, 2018 3:14 pm

Hello Britney. How is your baby? Ask the doctor. Try a cold wash cloth. It will give him soothing. He will feel more relax with it. Take Care. God bless you. My prayers are with you.

Jamilah Wigfall
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Re: teething

Post by Jamilah Wigfall » Sun Aug 12, 2018 3:20 pm

Hello, How are you? I hope your baby is doing much better now. Yes, I understand. Teething is terrible. Young ones get very annoyed in this process. Consult a doctor maybe he will suggest you something better. Take care. Goodnight!

Jennifer kane
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Re: teething

Post by Jennifer kane » Sun Aug 12, 2018 4:54 pm

Hey there, how are you? Hope you are doing well. Oh dear it's really a hard time for him. The must be really worried. I go through the same things. However my baby was okay after I gave him wash cloth of cold water. You can also consult a doctor. Have a nice day buddy.

Cathy
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Re: teething

Post by Cathy » Sun Aug 12, 2018 5:01 pm

Britney, please don't worry. Every child does that. Give him something chilled. Pacifier would help in soothing his gums too. Soup stick is the best option. Give him a little pain killer at night. Children do get cranky. Moms have to be patient. We can't help them really. Take care.

Lola
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Re: teething

Post by Lola » Fri Aug 24, 2018 3:22 pm

Hi Hope you are doing well. This is so cute. I think you should try to give him apple. Wash it properly. Try to play with him with apple. And let you bite one. He will copy you. This will ease her teething.

jessica zac
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Re: teething

Post by jessica zac » Sat Aug 25, 2018 7:30 am

Hi. How are you? Teething is natural for young children. You can put a cold clothe on it. Don't worry. He will stop this habit. More power to you. Lots of love. Stay bless.

Sophia
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Re: teething

Post by Sophia » Sat Aug 25, 2018 9:53 am

Hi. How are you?. I hope you are fine. I am so happy to know about your's baby. Kindly consult with the child specialist. It would be good for you and the baby as well. Don't act on others suggestions. This is a sensitive issue. I hope you will do the best decision. This the era of technology. So the doctor will suggest you the medication. I wish you a healthy life. Have a nice day.

MrsWhite
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Re: teething

Post by MrsWhite » Sat Aug 25, 2018 1:47 pm

I love teething babies. They are so cute, nibbling on their hands and stuff all the time. Though, that may let germs pass through their mouths so you must give him something to help him. Get a teething gel prescribed and apply it over your babies gums. If he is not a fan of cold teethers, give him fruity teething nibblers. The ones in which you put in a slice of fruit. Introduce that after he is 6 months. If you have begun weaning, give him a breadstick to chew on.

Alyson
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Re: teething

Post by Alyson » Sun Aug 26, 2018 6:52 am

Hi there! How are you? Well, dear kids get cranky while teething. It hurts them. And their stomach gets upset too. So yeah try teethers. Or something cold. Like an ice pack. It helps soothe the gums. Take care.

louis blossom
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Re: teething

Post by louis blossom » Sun Aug 26, 2018 9:17 am

Hi Britney, how are you? How are things at your end? Hope this finds you in good health. This phase shall pass dear. There is nothing you can do about it. Teething is the most difficult phase for the baby as well as the mother. Babies become cranky. Just give him a soup stick which he can just suck. Would give him taste too. Stay patient. Have a good day.

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