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Tomorrow Cadie and I were going to go visit Cindy and Bryson, every time I have tried to go Cadie has been teething. It's going to be in the 70's and beautiful. This afternoon I noticed C's nose start to run a little. Then after her nap she started feeling warm. Once she went to bed she was hot and hoarse and I just know she's going to be burning up when I go to bed and we will have to give her tylenol suppository.
Not only is it supposed to be 70 tomorrow, but 80 this weekend. I can't believe I'm going to be stuck in the house. I was SO looking forward to seeing Cindy.
Being a mom means you can try to make plans, but don't count on them actually going through.
We're still in the early stages of teething, but I can tell the teething necklace makes a huge difference with Anna. Abby was a horrible teether for the last 8-10 teeth, I wish we would have had it with her!
Andrea, mom to 3 beautiful girls - Abigail (8) Annabelle (5) and Alexis (3)
we are going anyway, she's not too bad off this morning. leaving later than I would like, but we slept in until 10!
Adrienne, I keep replying we *have* a teething necklace, she wears it 24 hours a day. The first one we had broke and we were without one for 2 weeks, she drooled so much during that time. I fear what this would be like without one, I know it helps, but she is still a tortured teether.
I have 2, I am tempted to have her wear both at once when she is actively teething like this!