At what age can you give teething biscuits?
Rinesha - posted on 11/07/2012
This totally helped me. Madison will be seven months in a little over a week and is teething like crazy. We have already started her on some “table food”, but mainly baby food. I completely forgot to ask her doctor about the teething biscuits at her six month appointment. Yayyee!! She can finally upgrade a little and enjoy the wonderful world of teething cookies.
Julie - posted on 11/10/2009
i have done some reasearch and u can give teething rings etc form 4 months old onwards but they recomm. the teething bisc form 6 months onwards but everyone is different when there baby teeths or when to give them that. my son is 5 months old and i have brought them but i have decided to wait til the end of the month when he turns 6 months old to give him his first one.
Rebekah - posted on 11/08/2009
The box of Gerber Graduate Biter Biscuits says on the package "for children 10+ months" and "crawlers and up." I waited until my son was around 7 months old and able to crawl perfectly (with belly off the ground), and sitting without support, and he always did fine... just be cautious. They can bite off chunks that could be a huge choking hazard.
Lisa - posted on 11/08/2009
My doctor's office said the same thing. My son is around the same age, and I just started giving him some biter biscuits this weekend. I think it is okay. According to the information that I have read, as long as she can sit up, even with support, she should be okay. Hope this helps.
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