I need to know all the tricks to sooth a theething baby or im going to kill her.....help

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Lauren - posted on 09/10/2009

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Quoting kelly:

by the way, you people ragging on this woman for the most part are r!#@$s. I mean are you f&%#$&g kidding me? none of you have ever felt like throwing your child through a brick wall from time to time? You must all be just so perfect if you have never felt at your wits end. Shame on you all for being so rude to DeVon who was just asking for some advice!
(edited because I guess you cant say F@#K or R#@%$D on the main page)



Seriously? No, I have never wanted to throw a baby against a brick wall, I have never said in anger I was going to killmy baby. I think it is really scary that some people can be so nonchalant about violent thoughts towards children. And nobody here knows one another, so no, we do not "know" somebody is "just saying" those things. We have all undoubtedly seen or heard about horrifying stories about mothers who go crazy and hurt or kill their children. So to show concern about somebody saying something to the effect of killing their child because of frustration is alarming at the least. It isn't suggesting that you are perfect or that you have never been at your wits end, just because you think making comments like that are wildly inappropriate and yes, very troublesome. That sort of anger directed toward a baby, a helpless defenseless baby, is shocking. Not to mention that it is totally the wrong reaction a mother should have to her suffering baby, who is completely innocent, and is unaware of any that its crying is bothersome to you. And if this is the reaction to just teething, which is not on purpose, how will the reactions in the future be, asproblems get bigger, and more complex?

Jamie - posted on 09/09/2009

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Actually, the sad thing is many people don't recognize postpartum depression until it is too late. Being a parent is hard and frustrating. Children are abused all the time. I would hope and pray she would do something about those feelings, as I would hope and pray all parents would, but many, sadly, don't. If they did, would we have these statistics?

Over 3 million reports of child abuse are made every year in the United States; however, those reports can include multiple children. In 2007, approximately 5.8 million children were involved in an estimated 3.2 million child abuse reports and allegations.

Kerry - posted on 09/10/2009

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Quoting Francesca:

i hope the advice from the other women have helped you, take no notice of what silly girls think!!!
your doing great x



Us 'silly girls' are all mothers aswell!! Yes i've probably been frustrated with my baby in the past but i can honestly say that i've NEVER felt like killing her, not even in the heat of the moment! That's very extreme & all i'm saying is this lady needs help if that's genuinely how she feels! Sorry love, are we not allowed to have opinions???

Stacia - posted on 09/09/2009

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"I'm going to kill her" should never be something you say about your child.. I just lost my son almost 3 months ago and I would give anything to have him here teething and screaming right now.. and you're right we don't know how your home life is, but that can still be taken as a threat and you could get in trouble for it. Next time just choose your words better, and like others have said if those are actual thoughts that you have then maybe you should talk to someone about it. I hope things work out for you.

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Umm...however anyone feels about the nature of the wording of this post, has anyone considered that the continual badgering of the mother, say if she WERE suffering PND, would help or worsen the situation? When you're feeling down, having people on your back accusing you of being a bad parent is only going to make you feel WORSE, making it even HARDER to cope. And who potentially suffers more for it, moreso than the mothers feelings or sense of self-worth and confidence? The child, who everyone is supposedly up in arms for.

So I think enough people have made the point about the wording and the rest, can we now perhaps give some constructive advice to HELP make this situation better?



Advice even to say you think someone should seek help goes down better when suggested with thought and concern for the MOTHER as well as the child. If you come off judgmental, a person is hardly going to seek or receive any real HELP. No matter how well intended or true the advice given may be.



Also, thank you all for deterring me from EVER considering asking for help on this website. It's a shame a site that has been create to help support and build mothers up when they need it can be used as a bullying tool.



Hope today's running smoother for you, DeVon!

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Kylie - posted on 09/11/2009

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alright, we will close this thread now to stop any further advice or argument. Thanks.

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i just want to let everyone know that the advice about TEETHING!!!! was great and i used alot of them and she is better and is getting to be her happy self again. FURTHER MORE!!!! i have stoped reading this post cause i can not believe how off topic and judgmental some of the women are on here, I HAVE NEVER NOR WILL I EVER TOUCH MY KIDS IN FRUSTRATION OR ANGER I DONT EVEN YELL AT THEM!!! just because i used a figure of speech so that you all could feel how frustrated i was at the time does not make me an abuser oh and another thing I AM NOT POSTPARTUM!!!!! i have vary happy with my kids and have no issues of taking care of them so please stop writing on here you dont know me and if you would like to get to know me you can write me and get to know me and then you to can see how stupid this whole thing is to. AGAIN I AM NO LONGER READING THIS POST!!!!! STOP TRYING TO HELP!!!!!!

Michelle - posted on 09/11/2009

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I gave my daughter motrin and I had a mesh food ring it was to introduce pureed foods I bought it at walmart in the baby cup isle and I would freeze strawberries or apples in it and let her chomp away on it, it helped and she loved it!

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some of you women are absolutely ridiculous she came her for advice not to be ridiculed. please grow up.

Jackie - posted on 09/11/2009

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Quoting Chelsea:

The thing is Children's Services doesn't have a sense of humor. I'm sure the "I'm going to kill her part" is sarcasm and frustration but I actually had a social worker at my door once because my Facebook status was "I'm tired of him not sleeping at night, perhaps I'll try a den of wolves tommorow" It was a referance to "The Jungle Book" where Mogoli is raised by wolves.

Still some hyperactive ex-friend took it waaaaay too seriously and called Children's Services on me because she thought I was really threatening my child's safety! The worker had to come over, question me and my Husband, check my Son for injuries, ect ect because they're legally obligated to investigate EVERY complaint no matter HOW STUPID!

She hung out for about 1hr, said the case was closed because the claim was obviously false or an over reaction and that's been the end of it. Still it's not a nice thing to have someone over react and report you for something sooo stupid!



If someone did this to you caused so much embarrasment... why on earth would you do this this to someone else?! Seriously, if she was literally going to hurt her child do you think she would have posted it on a PUBLIC website before she did it. Cut the lady some slack and lay the F@$! OFF!

Jackie - posted on 09/11/2009

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I wet down a washcloth and put it in the freezer. When you take it out it gets a little stiff but then just wet it down with a bit of cold water. It really helped Allison. Hope this helps

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Wow! I really feel for the OP, no matter what you say these days, if its slip of tongue, people take you seriously! There are days that you say things you really don't mean!



My advise is, with my son, panadol/tyenol doesn't always work for our son when he is teething so we use Nurofen. I did hear recently that a single father (his wife passed after his youngest son was born) that he gave his son phinigans (i think that what its called), its a hayfever med but really helps with teethings, it also helps to give kids a full nights sleep. Another mother recommended this to me. Haven't tried it though

Kylie - posted on 09/11/2009

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Quoting kelly:

by the way, you people ragging on this woman for the most part are r!#@$s. I mean are you f&%#$&g kidding me? none of you have ever felt like throwing your child through a brick wall from time to time? You must all be just so perfect if you have never felt at your wits end. Shame on you all for being so rude to DeVon who was just asking for some advice!
(edited because I guess you cant say F@#K or R#@%$D on the main page)


You can say what you like as long as your are respectful..calling people retards because you don't agree with them is not respectful.

Kylie - posted on 09/11/2009

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Quoting kelly:

by the way, you people ragging on this woman for the most part are r!#@$s. I mean are you f&%#$&g kidding me? none of you have ever felt like throwing your child through a brick wall from time to time? You must all be just so perfect if you have never felt at your wits end. Shame on you all for being so rude to DeVon who was just asking for some advice!
(edited because I guess you cant say F@#K or R#@%$D on the main page)


You can say what you like as long as your are respectful..calling people retards because you don't agree with them is not respectful.

Charlie - posted on 09/11/2009

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Quoting kelly:

by the way, you people ragging on this woman for the most part are r!#@$s. I mean are you f&%#$&g kidding me? none of you have ever felt like throwing your child through a brick wall from time to time? You must all be just so perfect if you have never felt at your wits end. Shame on you all for being so rude to DeVon who was just asking for some advice!
(edited because I guess you cant say F@#K or R#@%$D on the main page)


WOW !!!



 



We get the OP may have used a poor choice of words , but you have thought your post out , its no slip of the tongue .



This is the second post right ??



No i have never thought such psychotic things of my child , i am not perfect , but i am sane .



Seriously get some anger managment classes lady .

Sabrina - posted on 09/10/2009

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Motrin is awesome, my daughter got her 2 bottom teeth at 3 months! If you ask me thats too early! Now she 13 months and has all teeth including her 2 year old molars! She loved it when I got a cloth wipe wet and put it in the freezer for awhile and then gave it to her to chew and suck on :] I ended up just making a ton of cloth wipes and having a bowl in the freezer full of them so she wouldnt have to wait! GOOD LUCK!

Nora - posted on 09/10/2009

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serouisly just tell her things tha thelp and if u dont like what she said just report her dont draw it out ur wasting anyone elses time that is look for answer my daughter is just three months and i wantd to find ways to help her and i end up reading more drama then help

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Quoting Melinda:

One thing I have not seen mentioned is try to bounce the baby in your lap and rest her head by your heart. The heartbeat is very soothing for a baby because it was the only noise they heard in the womb. I did that for my son and it worked every time he had a crying attack. I let him suck on my finger to sooth his gum and believe it or not.... warm water helps better then cold..... like when you have a ache or pain yourself and you put warm compress to sooth it, same concept.

Good Luck!!!!

I have an 8yr old and just last night he frustrated me to the point that I told him that I was gonna kick him..... I do not think this makes me a bad mother. It just makes me a frustrated one, when your trying to take care of home and children at the same time. I hit him for the first time with a belt because he was getting out of hand. I have wondered to myself- how would my life be if I didn't have him...... This doesn't make me a bad mother. It makes me a frustrated mother. It is true that you don't know the true intentions of a persons words, especially on a computer, but all you can do for a person you do not personally know is pray that everything is ok. She even confirmed that she did not really feel that way. That she loves her babies and yet people are still getting on her case. I just pray that everything is ok.


Well, actually you could be a better mother and not act out when your frustrated...how about leaving the room, calming down, and acting on the situation with a more calm and adult aproach.  Even if that means coming back and smacking his butt, at least you have more control of the situation. Just a thought








 

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I don't know if you were using a figure of speech with the "or I'm going to kill her" part, You can never know these days...please let us know if you are feeling this way...but it's so painful for her, imagine her side of it, and maybe this will make you feel sympathy for your poor baby, instead of frustration. There are many tips....Iced wash cloth, oragel, simply rubbing her gums, teethers, food mesh mashers work very well for my 7 month old. You put a cold piece of fruit into the mesh, close it, and let them mash it with their gums. Have you tried asking your dentist for any ideas as well? Hope this helps.

Kewon - posted on 09/10/2009

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there is this over the counter teething med. called gripe water- can be found at rite-aid, walgreens, health food stores. it has been a life saver, my baby is cutting her first tooth, an with out it i don;t think i would get any sleep! hope all works out for you

Ridhima - posted on 09/10/2009

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hey hi.............firstly sorry to say but i find ur post not bit but very harsh.i know wt ur going thru.out of 10 babies 8 babies go thru teething probs.why dont u place urself in ur babies place.firstly its too yung,cant express wts wrong with her.and teethig is so painful.imagine the gums r getting erupted and that to at this age.even u wont bear the pain.nways i know u must have heard these comments a lot many time.one fm me too:)

in india we have a homeopathic medicine named "DENTONIC" .it has chamommile in it which helps the baby to soothe.i dont know weather u will find it where u stay but u can go gor chammomile content medicine..all the best and relax.dont worry .its jus the matter of time.

Amber - posted on 09/10/2009

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Quoting Jamie:

How about dropping her off at a fire station and driving away? You won't ever have to hear her crying again!

You think teething is bad? You are in for a rude awakening! You daughter deserves better.



Wow can you say rude answer!!!  You know full and well that when your child was teething and pissy that you felt the same way.  Honestly every parent feels this way once and a while, the point is she didnt act on the feeling.  Get the bug out of your butt, and try being helpful or dont reply.

Amber - posted on 09/10/2009

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My miracle cure for a teething baby, especially now with molars coming in, is teething tablets (all natural) by Hylands (I find them at Walmart and Fred Meyers), and a dose of Tylenol. Works like a charm everytime, and doesnt make them groggy, she only sleeps if shes tired, Im not forcing it with meds.

Sondra - posted on 09/10/2009

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Well, with my son I gave him Baby Oragel & got help with my fiances mother!!! She said to use a wet rag that's frozen to chew on, tylenol or ibuprofen, teethin toys & I think that's about it!!! But, he isn't that bad when he's teethin, but hopefully this helps anyways!!! Good luck!!!

Melinda - posted on 09/10/2009

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One thing I have not seen mentioned is try to bounce the baby in your lap and rest her head by your heart. The heartbeat is very soothing for a baby because it was the only noise they heard in the womb. I did that for my son and it worked every time he had a crying attack. I let him suck on my finger to sooth his gum and believe it or not.... warm water helps better then cold..... like when you have a ache or pain yourself and you put warm compress to sooth it, same concept.

Good Luck!!!!

I have an 8yr old and just last night he frustrated me to the point that I told him that I was gonna kick him..... I do not think this makes me a bad mother. It just makes me a frustrated one, when your trying to take care of home and children at the same time. I hit him for the first time with a belt because he was getting out of hand. I have wondered to myself- how would my life be if I didn't have him...... This doesn't make me a bad mother. It makes me a frustrated mother. It is true that you don't know the true intentions of a persons words, especially on a computer, but all you can do for a person you do not personally know is pray that everything is ok. She even confirmed that she did not really feel that way. That she loves her babies and yet people are still getting on her case. I just pray that everything is ok.

Dezharae - posted on 09/10/2009

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Teething tablets,Tylenol and we rubbed Malibu rum on our sons gum's. It totally worked, that is what my grandparents did. We were hesitant at first but when its 3am, everyone's exhausted and you have tried everything. You'll try anything:) Good luck, I feel your pain.
OOOhhhhhh, also whole big (pealed) carrots.Throw a few in the freezer. They are too big to swallow and too hard to take a bite of.They can just gnaw their little hearts out.

Jamie - posted on 09/10/2009

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How about dropping her off at a fire station and driving away? You won't ever have to hear her crying again!



You think teething is bad? You are in for a rude awakening! You daughter deserves better.

Justine - posted on 09/10/2009

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wow its pathetic when you have to be so politically correct when you ask for help. as if all of you critics out there have done everything by the book! i say ignore the people being retarded about the wording and just pay attention to the advice. oops, i guess i cant say retarded.

my son is teething too and i know sometimes -- and for god sakes dont take this literally -- you just want to throw them out the window! of couse you never would because like any good mother you love your children, but we are all human and we get frusterated. there is some really good advice on here, thank you for your post. it helped me just by reading (some of) the replys. good luck!

Michelle - posted on 09/10/2009

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Night time oragel didnt work on my kids. I used the teething tablets. they worked wanders. You can try teethers, or wet a washcloth and put it in the freezer just long enough to get it really cold. Let her nawl on it til it warms up but have another one in there waiting. You can also rub there gums with your finger they seem to like that. Hope this helps

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I have been a Nanny for 4 years and Have my 1st baby on the way! (due Feb) If you have done the oragel, tylenol, teething tablets and the frozen wash cloth.. your on the right page. I have also used frozen veggies sticks and let them suck on thos....If they are a little older then let them eat the frozen mixed veggies right out of the bag (great for thos back teeth & a good snack!) good luck! it will get better!!

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1. im very sorry u are going through this. my daugher is 5 months and is already starting to teeth and its very rough. her doctor said not to use orajel im cant remember why, but my mom told me the same thing. i use teethers (which is kinda hard cuz ur not suppose to put them in the freezer so they dont stay cold very long.) now we just rub an ice cube on her gums and let her chew on whatever makes her happy. im sure thats not a good thing because she mite think its ok to chew on thing but oh well.

2. i do agree with some of the moms thinking ur post was a little harsh, BUT COM does say to make ur title interesting to make others read it. so i dont feel ur in the wrong at all!!!

good luck and eventually things will get better and ull look back and hopefully, but not likely laugh and say what was i so worried about? :)

Karen - posted on 09/10/2009

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I have to say the teething tablets that are sold in most grocery stores that are homeopathic i think i spelled that right... With my daughter that was the only thing that worked and let me tell you it worked..

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HONESTLY! None of you have ever said or typed something just out of frustration? None of you have blurted out something you regretted later? Stop being such judgemental friggen SAINTS and let it go already! Really some of you need to spend more time with your kids and less time judging other people!



GET A SENSE OF REALITY/SYMPATHY/COMMON SENSE!

Robin - posted on 09/10/2009

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Just to let you know I have flagged this post to have it investigated, because of the concern and nature of the title, it is a concern just like I wrote above.

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The thing is Children's Services doesn't have a sense of humor. I'm sure the "I'm going to kill her part" is sarcasm and frustration but I actually had a social worker at my door once because my Facebook status was "I'm tired of him not sleeping at night, perhaps I'll try a den of wolves tommorow" It was a referance to "The Jungle Book" where Mogoli is raised by wolves.



Still some hyperactive ex-friend took it waaaaay too seriously and called Children's Services on me because she thought I was really threatening my child's safety! The worker had to come over, question me and my Husband, check my Son for injuries, ect ect because they're legally obligated to investigate EVERY complaint no matter HOW STUPID!



She hung out for about 1hr, said the case was closed because the claim was obviously false or an over reaction and that's been the end of it. Still it's not a nice thing to have someone over react and report you for something sooo stupid!

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to all the mothers out there telling us to get off it, well we are mothers too and have gone through it with out losing our cool.

Someone mentioned that no one is really going to kill their child, THEN WHY ARE THERE SO MANY DEAD BABIES OUT THERE?

Mothers that just couldnt take it anymore, they really need help, NOT trying to bad mouth them, BUT there are REAL and SERIOUS situations, and that is why it sounds so harsh and concerning, look it up, MILLIONS of DEAD BABIES, dont say its not real.

AND you NEVER KNOW WHO is actually going to go off the deep end, no matter how nice they seem. If she really feels that way, she need to get some help from a proffesional that understands, and can help her, with love and support!!!!

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Quoting kelly:

by the way, you people ragging on this woman for the most part are r!#@$s. I mean are you f&%#$&g kidding me? none of you have ever felt like throwing your child through a brick wall from time to time? You must all be just so perfect if you have never felt at your wits end. Shame on you all for being so rude to DeVon who was just asking for some advice!
(edited because I guess you cant say F@#K or R#@%$D on the main page)



NO I have NEVER felt like that, if anything when he is screaming and crying, I cry for him because I feel bad that he is in pain, NOT because its driving me crazy!!!!!!!!



There is no need for even suggested profanity, NO ONE is "RAGGING" on her, but it is a very sensitive issue, and I think that frustration can be expressed with out such extreme wording such as "KILL HER" especially in refference to A BABY!!!!!

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Quoting Katarina:



Quoting Kerry:

Am i the only person that finds this post a bit harsh??! I know having a screaming baby all night due 2 teethin is frustrating but it won't last 4eva & the reason they r screamin is becos they r in pain!!!!






I feel the same way. "or im going to kill her.....help " part is really unnecessary even if it is a figure of speech. Terrible






Someone else said that its a figure of speech but in refference to a baby it tends to really hit a nerve, and also now with a growing problem with PPD and PPP, there is MAJOR concern, and even in refference, sometimes, NOT ALWAYS, a cry out or warning that they are not handlind things well and need help,



that is why it is so disconcerting, It is very scary to A LOT of mothers to hear a phrase like that. Just please be considerate and maybe change the topic title, just as a respect for others thing!

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by the way, you people ragging on this woman for the most part are r!#@$s. I mean are you f&%#$&g kidding me? none of you have ever felt like throwing your child through a brick wall from time to time? You must all be just so perfect if you have never felt at your wits end. Shame on you all for being so rude to DeVon who was just asking for some advice!
(edited because I guess you cant say F@#K or R#@%$D on the main page)

Davrina - posted on 09/10/2009

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i give my son a popsicle it's cold and makes him happy and helps sooth his teeth

Jenna - posted on 09/10/2009

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I used the all natural teething tablets until my son was 8 months then I used the all natural teething gel. He & my neice love to suck on ice through one of those mesh feeders with a handle - I've seen them at Target, WalMart, Walgreens... Someone told me they use the old clothespins, all wood, and freeze them. My brother bought my neice a teething cloth that he found at Albertson's, that she loved, I never found one & don't shop at Albertson's. I bought a sippy cup with a chewy rubber mouth piece by Aventi because my son loved chewing on the built in straw to my travel cup, he still chews on both. Variety is the key sometimes. My son loves it when I just rub on his gums with my finger. When it's really bad Tylenol will help too.

Lani - posted on 09/10/2009

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I sliced bananas into quarters length-wise and then froze them. My kids would gnaw on them for hours. Made a huge sticky mess, but it really did help!!

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Teething tablet help better than oragel b/c the oragel washes off in saliva then it can seem worse Try Hylands homeopathic tablets available at cvs they even have a sleeping aid

Cayla - posted on 09/10/2009

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I find people were getting off topic, For teething with my daughter it was horrible

seriously she was moody and crying all the time i just felt so bad for her and this is what i found worked. So my doctor said orijel isnt the best for them that tylonel is better so i used that whenever she was really cranky and teething rings lots of em, also i would take a wash cloth soak it with water and put it in the freezer and let her chew away. I know its hard i really do but try and remember its not her fault, she just needs her mommy for comfort and before you know it the teething stage will end

Cassandra - posted on 09/10/2009

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Teething sucks but what worked with my daughter was dipping my finger in a whiskey bottle and rubbing it on her gums. Or I woud give her teether biscuits if she was really fussy and be patient. Kids can sense when ur upset which makes them twenty times upset so if u get frustrated with them while they r fussy then they will only get worse.

BethAnn - posted on 09/10/2009

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I let my daughter (at 4 months) chew on Cold celery sticks and carrots sticks...you can buy them prewashed and cut into short stick used for snacking...she gagged herself once but then learned not to stick all the way in her mouth and the ridges of the celery helped her gums cut faster
teethers are too cold to hold on to and they have no flavor...
im telling you this is what saved my SANITY
good luck

Jessica - posted on 09/10/2009

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when my daughter was teething i used bonjela and the teething bread sticks, and when she was really in pain from it i pulled the panadol out and sat down giving her hugs and kisses till the pain relief kicked in!

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Come on mums we all know she never meant it in a bad way, yes I agree not the most appropriate thing to say but gee shes is a frustrated mum asking for help and advise, so lighten up. Devon I found teething gels helpful and teething medicine you can get them from your local chemist The Brauer brand is a natural medicine herbs etc there are others 2 good luck with bubs my lil man is teething 2 at the moment, oh the joys :D.

Christa - posted on 09/10/2009

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baby orajel..overnight formula, teething tablets..and yes, they dissolve instantly, and infants tylenol!! all 3 combined..really help all 3 of mine!! my youngest just turned 1 and only has 6 teeth..it takes him about 3 mos from the point of starting to cut one until it's through the gums...so..he's definately teething ALL the time...when the crying doesn't stop, just put them in their crib and walk away!! Give yourself a breather!! Trust me, it helps!! Also anything they can chew on...wet a washcloth, put in the freezer for just a bit..give it to them..they love chewing on the cold cloth. also any of the teether's you can put in fridge..but don't freeze them..the softness helps soothes combined with the chill..good luck!! and remember.. it's okay for them to cry...you need a moment every now and then...

Amy - posted on 09/10/2009

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You can look at Wal-Mart of Wal-Greens and they have something called Teething Tablets, they disenegrate in their mouths. They worked wonders with my babies!! It's an all natural product also. Good Luck!

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Hi chick:-) i was sad to read all the negitive comments!!!! i have been there b4... i know u r at the end of ur tether and need a bit of reasurance. I had 2 boys in 11mths its not easy... i got postnatal depression after the first boy. I hope u have either good family or friends close by.... as 4 the teething not sure where u r but in south australia they have "mouth paint" it is fantastic.
Good luck honeyxxoo

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