No - DS increased his feeds (is breastfed)... Does every time a tooth is coming through. He really chews away at me, which is uncomfortable for me but he seems comforted by it.
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13-06-2013 18:37 #12
DD2 (14mo) has her eye teeth coming, she is breastfed and I can tell when she's teething because she feeds differently......it hurts when she's teething, she lets her two top front teeth rub on me, I guess it's more comfortable for her to feed that way for some reason, it's very painful for me though!
She doesn't go off her milk feeds but she does go off her solids a bit as well.
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