Myra is doing the same thing for about a week and a half now. She just turned 3 months on Saturday. It's possible for Lilly to be teething. My other children had their first teeth when they were a the end of their third month.
Myra's been drooling, biting her fingers, whines (not like her) and just wants to eat all the time. I think the feeling on her gums help while she eats.
Yupp it's possible. Brooke is doing the same thing, poor girl! Already been giving her teethers to help with the pain and she loves it! They may not get teeth right away so could be a long, painful roller coaster for them :( I think Brooke has it in spurts. Some days she's fine and other days she's in a lot of pain. Good luck and hope everything goes well :)
Same here! Caidens been acting this way for the past 2 weeks! Major droolage...very cranky some days and he always has his fist in his mouth! He is always biting it or trying to chew his blankies. He grunts when he does it too-kinda funny.
He's not a huge fan of the teethers...but he always wants to be consoled and he's been sleeping a lot. His doctor said he can start this early but may not get teeth for another month or so! AHH figures!
Mikayla is a drool monster! She is always sucking/chewing on her fist or thumb - to the point where she chokes herself! LOL. If we give her a toy she will suck onthat, but she definitly prefers her fist. SHe also chews on the nipple a lot when I'm feeding her. I definitly think she's teething but don't see any teeth coming through yet.
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