I haven't been on here in months...ever since the format was changed. I don't understand the reasoning for changing the message boards on here. They were so much easier to read and to search through the old way. Also, when I logged on this morning it took me 10 minutes to just find where the message boards were! And, I have no idea how I found them...hahaha. So, next time I log on it'll take another 10 minute search just to find them. I don't think I'm the only one that doesn't like this new set up because I noticed there are a lot fewer posts than before. I wonder if enough people complain about this if they'll switch it back to the older more 'user friendly' version?View Thread
My 10 month old is teething.. he has been since he turned 6 months. I don't like to give him tylenol all of the time so I found these teething tablets that work great! They are homeopathic teething tablets made by Hyland's. They have no side effects and are 100% natural. I have found that they actually work better for my LO than the tylenol did. Give them a try!View Thread
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