Karrie - posted on 06/21/2010 ( 29 moms have responded )
Karrie - posted on 06/21/2010 ( 29 moms have responded )
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KaTrina - posted on 06/30/2010
I'm pretty sure my daughter is teething. She sucks her thumb non stop, bf is beginning to hurt, she puts everything in her mouth, she's chewing on her tongue and the ultimate sign (this is my 2nd child) her bottom gums are folding over.
Kristi - posted on 06/30/2010
My son was born March 3rd and already has 2 teeth and working on getting another. I didn’t realize they got teeth this early! He has not been cranky…he just chews on his hands a lot.
Wendy - posted on 06/29/2010
Yes my boy is 4 days off 4 months and has been teething for a few weeks, drooling way more chewing his fists and fingers and biting down on whatever, also his cheeks go rosy red and he is more fussy.. poor bubba
Jasmine - posted on 06/29/2010
My son was born march 30th I believe hes teething because he has been slobbering a lot, and constantly sucking his fists
â*PHOENIX*â - posted on 06/28/2010
my baby boy was born on march 27th he started teething about 2 1/2 mos. it's drool galore!!! hes starting to go through shirts aday now. I read that a baby can get teeth around 4mos and sometimes earlier then that, but it is rare that they get teeth at birth and/or 1-2-3mos.
Symone - posted on 06/28/2010
Thank god for that. We were talking about this the other day. Ava was born on the 8th & is trying to chew everything. She is a little grizzly at the mo but loves it when she chews my fingers. I think they are just a bigger target for her. Lol.
Catherine - posted on 06/27/2010
My daughter was born the 5th of March and I think she may be teething also. She has been drooling so much since about two weeks ago. She loves to suck on her thumb and even sometimes several fingers at a time. When I carry her, she even tried to suck on my arm and I end up with drool all down my arm, hehehe. But I have yet to see any teeth breaking through.
Kristen - posted on 06/27/2010
My daughter was born the tenth of march and she started started teething about the time she turned two months everyone on my husbands side kept saying that i was lying until here recently now my mother in law wants to think she was the one to figure it out thats ok i will let her think that its not worth the drama me and my husband know the truth and thats all we need
Jenny - posted on 06/27/2010
My lil girl wasn't born till the 30th, but has 1 full tooth, and 2 more cuttin through.. pretty amazing to me! i thought it was wayy to early, who knew??!!
Karina - posted on 06/27/2010
My daughter was born on the 21st so I'm expecting her to start teething soon. She sucks on her fists and fingers and is drooling a lot. Sometimes she lets out a little cry both when awake and when she's asleep.
Tamara - posted on 06/27/2010
my son was also born on march 19th and yes he is also teething, constantly sucking his fingers or fist. it ok as long he has something in his mouth
Alicia - posted on 06/27/2010
my son was born march 5th of this yr & he is already teething. i didnt think it started this soon, but i cant stop it rite? lol he is constantly chewing on his fingers or whatever he can get in his mouth & he has been extra fussy lately! fun fun lol
Natasha - posted on 06/27/2010
my daughter is as well and refuses anything but her fists or our thumbs to chew on. I feel like I am turning her into a tylenol junkie and try to only give it to her when she is really miserable. I read someone's post about the orajel tablets, perhaps I will try that too.
Elizabeth - posted on 06/27/2010
my daughters the same lol xx
Leia - posted on 06/27/2010
My daughter was born on the 13th. She is drooling like crazy. I swear she is going to bite her finger off.
Aliza - posted on 06/25/2010
yes i think so!! Tegan was born march the 12 and she is super cranky, sucks on her hands all the time, and drooling like crazy, and doesnt want her bottle to much just cheews and plays with it! i give her a bit of baby tylenol if she looks like shes in to much pain, but i cant feel any teeth coming up
Mariana - posted on 06/25/2010
oh yes mine is big time
Bekah - posted on 06/25/2010
My daughter was born on the 13th and I think she is teething also. She constantly has her first in her mouth and i have given up on bibs bc it soaks through to her clothes anyways. The teething tablets have helped the most I think.
Alyssa - posted on 06/25/2010
my son is teething already!!!!
Toni - posted on 06/25/2010
My son was born 3-4 and he has 2 teeth on the top, and 1 on the bottom. He drools constantly and has those nasty teething diapers. While I believe they are teeth, the drs at Riley Childrens Hospital told me they COULD be Epstine pearls. I don't know how you tell the difference, and they said could be, so maybe they don't either. ;)
Chrystal - posted on 06/24/2010
My daughter was born the 26th and is teething. Ill have to say the teething tables work wounders but get them by the pharmacy not in the baby isle because they are cheaper and u get more in them. Also ive been told not to use baby oragel because it makes the gums tougher and cause the teeth to have a harder time coming threw. :)
Jacqueline - posted on 06/24/2010
my son is teething too born on the 24th of march the dr told me it is pre teething, that the teeth will all but fully come through the gums and then THEY GO BACK DOWN!! so mean! but yeah that is what i was told
Kimberly - posted on 06/24/2010
I believe my baby is teething also, as he shoves his fist in his mouth constantly and is always covered in drool. He doesn't like teething rings however, and he doesn't seem to be in pain...yet...
Jennifer - posted on 06/23/2010
you also should not use oragel til kid is 4 months old
Gayle - posted on 06/23/2010
My daugter was born on March 2nd and i can feel 2 teeth on the top. They haven't popped yet, but she is constantly chewing her fist, drooling and she likes chewing on me (I breastfeed) she doesn't like theteething toys though, so she has a tendency to get really fussy.... I've been told that the teething tablets are way better than Baby Oregel and she seems to calm down shortly after i give her 2. I was told that Baby Oragel toughens the gums and ends up being more painful, 'cause it takes longer for the teeth to pop that way. Since she likes the tablets, I don't bother with the oragel.
Jennifer - posted on 06/22/2010
yep mine too and he was born the 22nd!
Jessica - posted on 06/22/2010
I agree...my lil man was born March 3rd, 2010 and he really is drooling alot...sometimes when I'm feeding him I'll notice hes not even eating but just chewing on the bottle...I didnt think they started teething this early!
Susan - posted on 06/21/2010
I also think my son is teething as he is constantly dribbling, sucking his fingers and crying!!!
Amanda - posted on 06/21/2010
my son was born the 19th and hes teething. constantly sucking his fist, chewing on his teether, and loves his teething biscuits.