well Medina is teething! She will be 3 months next week (9th June) and she already has a tooth emerging (the bottom). She was screaming from pain today, I wanted to also ball my eyes out with her. Grandma also confirmed the tooth. Dad also got his first teeth at around 3 months, I've read that it can be genetically influenced.
Would like to know if anyone else's bub is also teething. Or how is everyone in general?? Haven't seen you guys around much. Keep in touch :-)
My sister told mer her daughter starting teething at four months and her tooth crowned around a month later. Medina is drooling heaps, although babies tend to do so heaps between 3-6 months. Chewing on hands, mine does that as well. She gets so frustrated when she can't suck on her fingers when she's tired. Poor thing! Hope all is well :-)
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