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I think dexter may be getting ready to cut his first tooth! He is 3.5 months old. He has been extra fussy lately and super drooly. He bites on his hands constantly and mine. Today I pulled my hand away and saliva was dripping off of it into a puddle on the ground. I can see the white on the bottom gums and they look swollen. I hope the teeth cut through soon to give him some relief. I've given him Tylenol and been using teethers that I put in the freezer which he seems to like alot.
Not quite yet, but in starting to think he is in the early stages. He is 3 months today, and has been super drooly, and always putting his hands and also mine, in his mouth. When he does, he is trying to chew in them. I haven't noticed any swelling, redness or white areas though, so if it is teething for us, it's early.
Yeah, I think Ember is teething too. She is drooling and everything goes in her mouth and she chews on it. Sometimes she actually puts my fingers toward the back of her mouth to chew where her molars would come in, not just in the front. I figured its a long time until her molars come in, so I didnt know if the chewing was teething related or just exploration.
Evan is drooling too. I've checked for the whites coming in but can't see them yet. I tried some teethers too and he seems a little interested but then he gives up on them haha. I like his little toothless smile but I can't wait to see some little teeth.
It's so hard to know what's going on. At our LOs' age, it's totally normal for them to chew their hands simply because they're there, but it's not out of the realm of possibilities to get a tooth at 3-4 months. Aaron constantly has his hands in his mouth...
I think Lily is teething too. She drools constantly, always chews on her hands and the biggest thing is she bites down hard on my hand, chin or breast and shakes her head and growls lol She's been fussy when she does the gnawing thing too. I'm not sure when she'll cut one but my oldest had his first before 4 months so I wouldn't be surprised if she gets one in the next month or so. Who knows!
Married to Michael - 3/8/02
Jacob (10) Matthew (7) Paige (5) & Liliana (0)
I swar I made a post called "Teething H-E-double hockey sticks" yesterday, but now I dont see it.
We are teething, and it is insane. I dont remember it being like thise with DD1. Starting the other day, Lucy will start crying and be inconsolable. She chews on her hands and drools a lot. She is no longer the happy baby she usually is. It's rough!
Ive been giving her ibuprofen at the suggestion of her pedi. Also, hylands teething tablets. I really hope we get out of this phase soon, she is so unhappy!
Max is definitely in a pre teething phase! Drool, gnawing, everything into the mouth. And sometimes fussy. My guy is so happy and never fusses but the past two days hes had a few times where hes just not happy.