Every child is different so having a 4yr old is not helping.
David just got his first tooth Sunday my little girl found it He was not cranky at that point but boy oh boy the last couple of days he has been fussing a lot which is not like him at all. He does not have a fever or any other obvious symptoms of being sick.
Is anyone else having the same experience or had the same experience?
Sorry if this was recently posted but I am so rarely on I have not seen it in my quick visits.
Hope everyone is doing well.
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07-12-2006, 03:43 PM #1
Teeth & CrankinessKris: 42 DH: 45
Mommy to Stephanie 8 & David 5
07-12-2006, 04:40 PM #2
Not much posting about teeth yet (though in case anyone is lurking here, I did see AmyLeigh posted on another board about her boys - - or at least one of them getting teeth).
Anyway, I thought we were close with Jacob as he has been drooling TONS and was a little crankier than normal....but that was about 2 weeks ago. He even woke up once about 3am with a cry that wasn't familiar - - this sounded like a pain cry. But then since he's been pretty normal and no teeth have appeared yet.
Good thing he doesn't have a fever but tylenol may help some. I guess this is all pretty typical, you've just hit this stage before the rest of us. You'll be getting us through it soon. Good luck!Me 34 DH 37
Mom to Jordyn Trinity & Jacob David - 1/20/2006
07-12-2006, 04:56 PM #3AthenaDRegistered User Over 5,000 Posthas no status.
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Tylenol seems to be the only thing that really helps Rayne. The teething tablets may help a little, but weren't the "miracle cure" I had hoped. I also leave a bib on her and she likes to stuff that in her mouth. That seems to soothe her a little. She's only 3-1/2 months old...I think we're in for a long haul!
Best of luck to you!
Athename (41) dh (49)
07-12-2006, 06:14 PM #4
Good to hear from you.
Sorry little David is suffering.
No teeth here yet, but I do have a friend I made in the hospital who had twin boys on Dec. 25th. One of her boys just popped a tooth and she said he was real cranky, screaming a lot (and he's usually really placid), and was taking a long time to soothe.
Can't say I'm looking forward to it - but hey, hopefully we can all help each other through it
Trublessed with IVF/ICSI miracle 12/05
07-14-2006, 09:26 AM #5
Thanks everyone. I am hoping when the second one pops in we will have a break. My daughter always seemed to get two toghether. I have given the Tylenol but it is not the cure all and maybe I don't give it often enough.
This little boy is just trying to do everything. He can push him self into a half sitting half side recline position. He drags himself all over the place in not time at all, so maybe his physical development is tiring him out.
I'll keep you posted as to when the second one pops through.
If I could figure out how to post pictures I would update you but I can't seem to make that workKris: 42 DH: 45
Mommy to Stephanie 8 & David 5
07-17-2006, 10:37 PM #6
Oh my gosh, See what I get to look forward too pretty soon. My Twins were born on the 25th too. I keep thinking it will hit soon. Katelyn is putting her fist in her mouth too and drooling everywhere. Plus she just starting the thumb sucking. Matthew is just laid back like a cool cat. Lol...Kimberly
Twins!! Katelyn and Matthew
Arrived: Jan. 25, 2006 (35wks 1 day)
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