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My Top 10 Teething Remedies

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Teething us upon us!  In full force!

Addie is drooling up a storm, putting everything in her mouth, and just is not herself because of the discomfort!   It kills me to see her crabby so I have been doing anything in my power to help her be more comfortable and get over this whole teething episode.  At least this time around!

So I figured I would share my favorite 10 tricks, products, and helpful hints for helping your small fry dealing with teething!

I would love for some of the readers to chime in with your own favorites of what works, and what doesn’t for your kids!
And I hope some of my own tricks and tips work for some of you guys with teething tots!

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My Top 10 Teething Remedies

Hyland's Teething Tablets

Old formula or new formula... I swear by them! They have helped with all of my children incredibly. It was the ONLY thing that would help either of my boys!

Photo credit:
Wooden Teether: Hippo Wood Teether Toy by Littlealouette on Etsy
Amber Teething Necklace:  Amazon.com
Washcloths : Flickr.com/minimalistphotography101.com
Fingers: flickr.com/shannonkringen
Whiskey: Flickr.com/cookbookman17

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7 thoughts on “My Top 10 Teething Remedies

  1. Pua says:

    You do know that those teething tablets have been recalled do to possible toxity, right? Please check your facts before you recommend a product.

  2. Danielle625 says:

    @Pua – Just so you know Hyland’s had already developed and released a new line of Teething Tablets which are different from those that were recalled in October of last year. They rolled out onto store shelves early in August. But I do appreciate your concern for the readers.

  3. Joey says:

    We use a mesh feeder during teething times. Put a piece of ice or a freeze a banana or whatever baby prefers in it. Works every time!

  4. Tera says:

    The only thing that worked for my little one was Amber Teething neckalces. They work by releasing natural oils when in contact with the warmth of the skin. The oils have analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties.

    My little one had a bad reaction to teething gels, so I decided to try the natural approach and it really worked.

    I got mine from http://www.wildsheep.co.uk

  5. Maria says:

    Actually many cultures use Brandy or Whiskey or something like it to help with teething. It’s such a tiny amount (not much more than is in other medicines with alcohol in them.) They mix it with certain herbs and let it sit for a few weeks, babies love the taste and it works wonders! Look it up. I typically find that recommendations from elder generations are in fact wise and useful.

  6. traci says:

    I second the mesh feeder with ice in it. my son looovveesss this and it’s so easy. also great for taking to a restaurant to keep him busy :)

  7. Leslie says:

    Hyland’s Teething Tablets ARE back in new packaging to distinguish from older bottles that have been recalled. According to the Hyland’s website, they were back in most stores as of mid-September, 2011.

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