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*** you molars! We are going on month three of all 4 of those f***ers coming in. I'm not kidding. Her gums started to swell around her first birthday and they still have not popped thru. Josie's back to refusing all naps in her crib and nights can be hell with me and hubby taking turns (2-4 hrs at a time) sleeping with her in the recliner in her room. I could cuss all day long about this. I'm sooooo sick of it.
Just needed to vent. Thanks ladies. I know it's worse for her, but golly this is Torture.
Mom to Josie, Born September 5, 2011
Team green, due August 2, 2013
Poor babies. My friend's pediatrician had said something about if adults had to go through the teething pain that babies go through, we'd commit suicide. (I am sure he is guessing.) Anyway, I hear ya. Teething is awful for baby and for us.
Brynlee was REALLY bad when she got 4 teeth at once. The lateral incisors. She got her top 2 molars and I didn't really even know it. Her bottom gums are REALLY swollen and she is very cranky, but it hasn't really messed up her sleep this time. She wakes up maybe once a week and I just give her Tylenol and cuddle her back to sleep.
You know, molars have never really bothered my kids as much as the canines (whatever the official name is). Allison's been my worst teether though. She didn't have teeth until October 3rd, but in the last 6 weeks she's cut 6 teeth and it's been awful.