Hello all, Im back! My names Chrissy and i had my baby on new years. Shes almost 4months... I was wondering if anybody else has a youngen a few months old and starting to get teeth? Shes been really crabby and drooling alot. No fever. But those are the main signs teeth are coming. Also, when she turned 3months i started giving her cereal and a cup of fruits mixed. Idk if thats too early. My oldest was eating cereal in her bottle at 2weeks tho. Thier doc says both my gurls are in the 80% for thier growth. So i make big babies. NOT fat, but tall... DH is 6'5. Any intake on the food as well? Im just curious whut other mommies are doing!View Thread
HYLAND, has teething tablets that i use and i will reccomend them to EVERYBODY! They are all natural and have no "extra" stuff.. Look for them at walmart or target. In the baby section or vitamns. However, right now they are being re formulated so it may not be in stores. Go to the website tho and they let you know. But I have used them on my gurls and love them. They melt in thier mouth. And its doesnt numb, or knock them out like tylenol. So, i would keep an eye out! I swear by them! View Thread
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