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January 30th, 2013, 12:59 PM
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Jill lately has been something else! I know she is teething but she is so grumpy! Also she has had really rosey checks. Is this normal when they are teething? I can't remember if my older daughter was like this or not. I also don't know what to do about how grumpy she is. I feel like I have tried everything!
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January 30th, 2013, 01:14 PM
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McKinley was unusually grumpy for 2 days before her tooth popped up I just have her lots of love and Mickey Mouse clubhouse helped put her to sleep for naps during that time.
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January 30th, 2013, 05:37 PM
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McKinley was unusually grumpy for 2 days before her tooth popped up I just have her lots of love and Mickey Mouse clubhouse helped put her to sleep for naps during that time.
OMG Raini adores Mickey Mouse!! She saw a minnie mouse doll at the store the other day and screamed bloody murder til I figured out she wanted it, once she had her, she touched her eats and smiled real big. its crazy!



As for teething, things that have worked for Raini......teething tablets.... and tylenol rubbed on her gums. taking tylenol orally will work but it takes time before it kicks in. Also she does not like touching cold things, so teethers wont work for her, I have found a solution for this.

I got her one of those mesh teethers meant to hold fruits and veggies, when she is extremely grumpy from teething, I put a piece of a washcloth that's been wet and frozen. I bought a few at $tree and cut it into strips, rolled the strips up put in an ice tray, pour water on and freeze. they fit perfectly in the mesh teether and she doesnt have to touch it to chew!
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January 31st, 2013, 06:44 AM
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Poor Jill! I hope you find a good way to soothe her soon, hopefully, if it is teething, she will have that tooth/teeth in no time and be back to her old self
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January 31st, 2013, 07:33 AM
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OMG Raini adores Mickey Mouse!! She saw a minnie mouse doll at the store the other day and screamed bloody murder til I figured out she wanted it, once she had her, she touched her eats and smiled real big. its crazy!



As for teething, things that have worked for Raini......teething tablets.... and tylenol rubbed on her gums. taking tylenol orally will work but it takes time before it kicks in. Also she does not like touching cold things, so teethers wont work for her, I have found a solution for this.

I got her one of those mesh teethers meant to hold fruits and veggies, when she is extremely grumpy from teething, I put a piece of a washcloth that's been wet and frozen. I bought a few at $tree and cut it into strips, rolled the strips up put in an ice tray, pour water on and freeze. they fit perfectly in the mesh teether and she doesnt have to touch it to chew!

Awe yah! McKinley goes crazy over Minnie and Mickey! She has 2 bigger than her Minnie mouses from Xmas and she will be so animated babbling to them!! It's so funny. We have to watch at least one Mickey Mouse a day lol!
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February 1st, 2013, 06:19 PM
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I feel your pain, I feel like Evan has been teething FOREVER but nothing has popped through yet. Sometimes he is soooo grumpy & nothing helps. Urgh!
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February 3rd, 2013, 09:31 AM
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Awe yah! McKinley goes crazy over Minnie and Mickey! She has 2 bigger than her Minnie mouses from Xmas and she will be so animated babbling to them!! It's so funny. We have to watch at least one Mickey Mouse a day lol!
Haha! Idk what it is about Mickey Mouse, but it seems like babies love him! I know Ethan does. He has a big Mickey and a small one, and also one of those blankets with a mickey head. They stay in his crib and he plays with them every morning when he wakes up. I love hearing him "talk" to them! We have to watch Mickey everyday too, I love how happy it makes him!
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