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TEETHING AT 3 MONTHS?!?! Maryssa Danielle 1 child; Tennessee 15 posts
18th May '12

My baby girl just broke her first tooth. I'm just curious is it normal for a 3 month old? Also, any helpful teething methods to soothe her in any way? She seems to have an upset stomach and doesn't wanna eat? :(

White Chocolate Milk 1 child; Chelsea, Alabama 12303 posts
18th May '12

It is common. Teething can happen at anytime really. Try using cold passie's or teething rings. And teething tablets are a life saver.

Maryssa Danielle 1 child; Tennessee 15 posts
18th May '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting White Chocolate Milk:<H/b>" It is common. Teething can happen at anytime really. Try using cold passie's or teething rings. And teething tablets are a life saver."</blockquote>




Thanks. She doesn't like pacis. :( but she chews her hand for comfort. It helps. She likes cold fries.

Jennybananna 2 kids; Gilbert, AZ, United States 25079 posts
18th May '12
Quoting Maryssa Danielle:" <blockquote><b>Quoting White Chocolate Milk:<H/b>" It is common. Teething can happen ... [snip!] ... Thanks. She doesn't like pacis. :( but she chews her hand for comfort. It helps. She likes cold fries."

You give your 3 month old a french fry?

White Chocolate Milk 1 child; Chelsea, Alabama 12303 posts
18th May '12
Quoting Jennybananna:" You give your 3 month old a french fry?"


A frozen fry isn't really going to do harm.




The teething tablets worked really well for us. You can also try a cold cloth for her to chew/suck on.

Jennybananna 2 kids; Gilbert, AZ, United States 25079 posts
18th May '12
Quoting White Chocolate Milk:" A frozen fry isn't really going to do harm. The teething tablets worked really well for us. You can also try a cold cloth for her to chew/suck on."

Im just thinking of how gross a frozen fry tastes and IF you're gonna use food there are better options like a carrot. Much harder for it to break apart and cause a potential chocking hazard.

Karina Beck Due August 7; 1 child; Denton, Texas 358 posts
18th May '12

I was always told a frozen tortilla works that and a rag

jvkjhvgugy Ohio 520 posts
18th May '12

My son LOVES frozen waffles

furrbabiesmommy 18 kids; California 16570 posts
19th May '12
Quoting Maryssa Danielle:" <blockquote><b>Quoting White Chocolate Milk:<H/b>" It is common. Teething can happen ... [snip!] ... Thanks. She doesn't like pacis. :( but she chews her hand for comfort. It helps. She likes cold fries."

lol oh lord. you give your 3 month fries? I know she can't eat them. but yikes she can suck the salt and sugar out of them. I hate fries for kids of any age.
try a cool wet wash rag.

JKBC♡ 2 kids; Windsor, PA, United States 9328 posts
19th May '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting furrbabiesmommy:</b>" lol oh lord. you give your 3 month fries? I know she can't eat them. but yikes she can suck the salt and sugar out of them. I hate fries for kids of any age. try a cool wet wash rag. "</blockquote>



That's what I was thinking! They are much better things to give your baby,like a teething ring that's what I give my 3 month old DD for her teething pain.