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... Ds has apparently been teething really bad this week. The only other teeth that could be coming in are his 2 yr molars.........I know that this may be just a bit early. ... (0 replies)
... dh brought home a horrible cold from work and of course dd and i caught it. so on top of her ear infection and teething she now has a bad cold! we are both so miserable! ... (8 replies)
... the very beginning would take off my shirt and place it beside her in her bassinette. It really really worked for her. Babies reconize their mothers scent really early on. Mind you there were some nights that I was up through out the night with her, and occaisionally she did sleep with us. ... (12 replies)

... I agree too, 10 wks is still a little early to refuse milk, especially that this the time when they grow so much. ... (10 replies)
... If your ds is unusually fussy he may be teething very early...rare, but possible. ... (5 replies)
... Hey my DD is just 7 weeks and has also been irritable wanting to chew on everything that go nears her mouth, drooling etc, etc. Today I thought I would just have a look to see if her gums were sore or red and there is 'something' white there. I don't know wheather it's a tooth because it looks too high, its not right at the top of her mouth or anything but its not where I... (13 replies)
... DS is starting to teeth and he will be 7 weeks friday. Alot of kids are born with teeth. DS has every symptom possible, and the spot where its coming in (on the top a little off to the side) is very visible and kind of sharp to touch. For most people though, its a stage because glands are jsut coming in (13 replies)
... I think so, the 20th/21st? I was in labor all day of the 20th and had her sortly after midnight on the 21st. (13 replies)
... I wonder that as well. My DS is 10 weeks old and he is doing the same thing. North..didn't we deliver on the same day? :wave: He is suking his fists like no tomorrow and he wants to put everything in his mouth. He is cranky and is drooling all over the place. I know one of my nephews had two bottom teeth at 3 months of age and had 10 teeth by the time he was 9 months... (13 replies)
... north my ds was the same when i asked our health visitor she said he is just entering his oral faze where they have discovered their mouths and want to put everything there apparantly the drooling is all part of it. although babies do get teeth at different rates i t is probably just the oral stage. (13 replies)
... My daughter is 10 weeks old and I think she's starting to teeth!! This past week she has been irritable, not wanting to nap during the day, AND she's drooling and wanting to chew on anything she can get near her mouth. Isn't she a bit young for teeth?? :eek: I have felt around in there and don't feel anything, so how can I tell? She has also started to chew on my nipples,... (13 replies)
... My son was a huge drooler, whether he was teething or not. ... (8 replies)
... Ok stupid question.. The past few days he's been cranky and drooling like CRAZY... He's 7 weeks tomorrow.. I've read here a few babies do start teething quite early.... Could he be already? ... (85 replies)
... sue, when my dd was at that age she was fine transitioning to the whole milk...we actually watered it down for the first 2 weeks...3oz water and 5oz milk, gradually coming off the water....she was fine as can be now my ds, he's 15 months, i started him with the milk water mix at 11 months old, he wouldnt take the formula so i had to do something...he wouldnt take un-warmed... (8 replies)
... pm and I am trying so hard, but I just toss and turn. He sleeps well at night, its just he goes to bed so darn early usually. Tonight I had him up a bit longer than the usual 7 or 8pm, but now I am wired! All of that coffee to keep me up today is still working, I guess. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for your comments. I have excema myself so got cream for DD as soon as I felt her skin was dry. I have been using the Epederm cream both in the bath and as a moisturiser but it doesn't seem to be making any difference so far. Shelliam: I don't think it can be a food allergy because she is breastfed and I haven't started weaning her yet. Unless, is it possible she... (4 replies)
Sleep Question.
Nov 22, 2005
... really unlike how he normally behaved. He not only crys but he screams at the top of his lungs and doesn't want to do anything! We even started to think he was teething early he's so grouchy. The problem with that theory is after his nap at night he's fine. He's happy, playful and doesn't cry a bit. ... (2 replies)
... Babies can start teething as early as 2 months old. I used to babysit a baby boy who didn't get his first tooth until he was about 13months old, I felt so sorry for him. ... (9 replies)
... No, not too early. Both of my children started teething at 10 weeks or so and got their first teeth around 4 months. ... (9 replies)
... Does teething not mean they are getting teeth? ... (9 replies)




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