When Addie started teething as a baby, I wanted to give an amber teething necklace a try. I have never used them for either of our sons and didn’t know much about them. I was offered to review one and we gave it a try. I loved it, not only did it seem to really MORE »
When your child’s first teeth begin making their debut, it’s an exciting milestone. It can also bring confusion. (Why is my infant suddenly chewing everything?) And it can bring misery. (Why is he so cranky?) And it can be upsetting for parents: No one likes to see his or child in pain, even if it is for a good cause. (Chewing!) Babble offers tips to help you spot the signs of teething; remedies, toys and recipes for relieving teething pain; facts about teeth; and a comprehensive Teething Guide to help you conquer all things dental.
Paul’s been working on cutting his two front teeth now for what feels like months (ok fine, more like weeks, but who’s counting). Teething, teething, it’s never ending. But finally yesterday I saw a glimmer of what looks like the end of the tunnel, when I peeked into his mouth and saw just a dot MORE »
I absolutely fell off the Baby’s 1st Bites train. I was gung-ho on it for a brief time, and while Lil’ Abner is still indeed getting her fill of homemade food, I’ve been re-miss to share all my recipes, tips and secrets. My big fat secret as to why? It’s all because she basically eats MORE »
Since Avery started teething last month, I’ve been researching ways to help relieve some of the pain that she is going through during this process. She is much more vocal and bothersome by teething than Harlan was, so having to deal with it is new to me. For the past three nights the teething seems MORE »
Cullen was an exceptionally early teether. I spotted his first one while sitting in the Honolulu airport, waiting for our flight home from vacation. He was just a few weeks past the three month mark. Shortly after that, number two popped up right next to it, and ever since he’s been grinning big and showing MORE »
There were times when I thought Abby was teething. Surely I was onto something, the growth of teeth before they actually cut has to cause some discomfort, right? We had idea what we were in for. With our first, teething barely bothered him. We experienced the mild discomfort he expressed, and then boom! Teeth. Usually MORE »
Since I only nursed my older daughter for two weeks, I never found out what would have happened if I had breastfed longer and she grew teeth. My younger daughter Peony is nearly 9-months-old and still nursing exclusively — nary a bottle or a drop of formula in sight. She recently got her first tooth, MORE »