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    This is his top teeth.... What do you think???

    Couldn't get one of his bottom. Had to get dp to hold it so I could get a photo lol.

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    Looks like it!

    I would tell my husband to clean his finger nails lmao

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    You can't use any teething gels until 4 months except for one that is a natural remedy. Pain in the a$$ as dd has been having problems with teeth coming up and going down since 8 weeks. Dh cut his first teeth at 12 weeks so I expect dd to get teeth soon. I can see where 2 are coming through but nothing broken the gum yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Looks like it!

    I would tell my husband to clean his finger nails lmao
    Lol... I know. Tradie fingernails... They are gross!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrstuilawa View Post
    You can't use any teething gels until 4 months except for one that is a natural remedy. Pain in the a$$ as dd has been having problems with teeth coming up and going down since 8 weeks. Dh cut his first teeth at 12 weeks so I expect dd to get teeth soon. I can see where 2 are coming through but nothing broken the gum yet.
    Yeah... It sucks about the gels... I was thinking of getting those food net things & putting a small ice cube of frozen breast milk in there for him to suck on...

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    Looks like you've got a bub with a lip tie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueLips View Post
    Looks like you've got a bub with a lip tie?
    Never heard of lip tie??? Is that the thing in the middle?? Lol... Mine is like that too. Hasn't caused us any issues with breast feeding... We are 3 months exclusive does the lip tie carry the same potential issues as tongue tie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossompossum View Post
    Ds qas 10 months whwn he got hos first tooth. I didn't notice any 'teething' at all
    Dd was 8 months and same thing again, tooth just showed up.

    My girlfriends baby apparantly has been teetjong since 8 weeka. She has been constantly giving her panadol and bonjela
    Her baby is now 5 months old and still no teeth. Drives me mad

    Yes fat lazy fingers did write this =)
    Oh really?? So you don't think she's actually teething lol. I'm very reluctant to give him anything for it. I personally don't take panadol or any tablets. So I don't want to be giving him panadol all the time.. I have just been giving him things to suck and chew on which seems to give him a bit of relief.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossompossum View Post
    Tbh I think dribbling, sucking on things and irritable are very vauge. Babies at 3 months are too young to learn to swallow their own saliva and their main way of "seeing" th8ngs is by hewing or sucking on things. And lets face it a lot of mums would say their 3 month old is unsettled lol.

    But I am no dr

    Yes fat lazy fingers did write this =)
    Yeah.. I think it's more so the rapid change in behavior. I guess I'll just have to see.

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    Oo frozen breast milk in one of those mesh things is a great idea. Have you tried holding a teething ring in his mouth? Dd loves them.

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