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Bobbie posted this 11 February 2020

My baby boy is 3 and a half months old. He won't stop drooling and biting. He has recently become a regular mr cranky pants. Any advice for helping him through this? He's usually so chill. I've been extremely lucky so far. 

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aplish posted this 12 February 2020

give him some snacks all the time in his hands or something to chew like biscuits... so that he will not be crancky

Abby posted this 12 February 2020

Stock up on teething toys! Come-tomo has a popular one. Stay away from meds.

shilpa posted this 12 February 2020

give him some biscuits and cold things  like ice cream so that he will get relief. or if necessary you can take one medicine its a gel foe teething for babies.

Regina posted this 12 February 2020

Not sure if you have breastmilk available, but if you do, breastmilk popsicles work wonders! 

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Emma posted this 12 February 2020

Try rubbing his gums gently or letting him nibble a little on a teether, gentle pressure of him biting may soothe him.

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Jilly posted this 12 February 2020

Get him things he can have on his hands. They have a hand toy that straps to his hand that he can teeth on. It will annoy him at first but then will be so good for him! You can get it at walmart for less than $10. 

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Jamie posted this 12 February 2020

I don't know about this one. He's a little young for ice cream or biscuits I think. Wait until like 6 months for those. But what about the pacifiers that you can put fresh fruit in for them? 

give him some biscuits and cold things  like ice cream so that he will get relief. or if necessary you can take one medicine its a gel foe teething for babies.

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Bobbie posted this 12 February 2020

I will most definitely try this thank you! How do you make the pops? Like regular ones? 

Not sure if you have breastmilk available, but if you do, breastmilk popsicles work wonders! 

Bobbie posted this 12 February 2020

I am going to go to Wal-Mart today and look for this. It's a teething toy? Thanks for the advice! 

Get him things he can have on his hands. They have a hand toy that straps to his hand that he can teeth on. It will annoy him at first but then will be so good for him! You can get it at walmart for less than $10. 

Paige posted this 11 March 2020

we have a drawer full of teething toys in our fridge for our little one. some are filled with water, others not. We have a raspberry teether, two banana teethers, 3 different water filled ones, and some that look like pacifiers that take a non-medicated gel to help ease pain. As they get older you can buy the biter biscuits, teether wafers and things they can eat to help.

whit posted this 24 March 2020

The munch mitt is a good one. It is a little glove you can put on their hands. A little infant Tylenol too, or any other homeopathic alternative. I don't remember, but I imagine it is a pretty painful experience!  

Katie posted this 24 March 2020

I use a natural teething gel that came with a pacifier, I don't remember what it's called. Teething toys that you can freeze are helpful. If they like to chew on their feet, they have teether socks. Lol. 

Joanna posted this 26 March 2020

Our baby loved the teething toys that could go in the freezer! Anything cold was his favorite! 

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