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83 comments:

jodiAreed said...

I've used teething tables with my kids before...not sure it did anything though.

jodiAreed said...

I've used teething tablets before with my kids, but I'm not sure it did anything.

amber walsh said...

Dip the corners of a washcloth in water/juice and freeze. Baby's live the cold on their sore gums!

Loretta J said...

My tip: get a small washcloth damp - just barely wet - and freeze it. It's cold, soft and safe to chew on, easy to hold, and won't pop and leak like the water-filled teethers.

Julie @ Director Jewels said...

Oh heavens, I wish I HAD good teething tips. My babies just nurse around the clock while teething. :/

Jutta Pearce said...

My daughter didn't have a hard time teething at all. So, I don't really have any teething tips. We have yet to see with my son though...

J Williams said...

When my son is cutting teeth, he likes to chew on flat wooden spoons. He has his own bamboo set with tiny teethmarks in it. :)

Michelle said...

We aren't teething just yet, so no tips yet.

Jes said...

With my oldest, Hyland's Teething Tablets worked wonders. And lots and lots of cold, frozen washcloths!

oOTeaOo said...

This is my first baby, but orajel sometimes helps

Lovely Mrs. Long said...

Frozen Waffle!

Kristen B said...

My best teething tip is the vibrating teethers. The only thing that will soothe my DS somedays. Although he does love his jellystone smart phone teether too!

KCarter said...

Yippee! Pick me! :)

KCarter said...

Yippee! Pick me!

ashley said...

Too cute!

BekahJo said...

I have no teething tips but I could use some! lol!

Melissa said...

I think my baby boy is starting to teeth! This would be perfect!

Kim P said...

Wet a washcloth and freeze it. Then let baby gnaw away!

Elly said...

I'm not sure if this is where to leave a comment, but here goes! One of my favorite teething tips in a child that has been exposed to solid foods is to get a mesh feeder, a melon baller, and any kind of melon fruit that your child has tried without any sort of reaction (watermelon, cantaloupe, etc). Use the melon baller to scoop small balls from your melon of choice. Freeze them. Once frozen, place them in the mesh feeder, and allow your child to gnaw on them. It's a healthy way to soothe your child's gums, and has the added bonus of being a healthy, delicious, cold snack on a hot summer day!

Breanna Rodriguez said...

Best teething toy for my little guy (at least for the first tooth) was mommy's finger. It made him happier than anything else we gave him to chew on.

jennbergerbrown said...

Lidocane.

Amy Lumley said...

Lots of love! My youngest is starting to teethe and I need to review some tips!

Amy Lumley said...

Lots of love! My youngest is starting to teethe and I need to review some tips!

MaureenG said...

Besides the side of my hand for teething lol, cold cucumber sticks, taggies my seven month old loves tags on her bib. Always wear bibs to catch that drool.

Tiffany S said...

Hylands teething tablets have been a life saver when my little guy is cutting teeth.

Monique Eckert said...

We love our sons amber teething necklace, it seems to help with drooling too. He also like to chew on a clean kitchen towel.

Tracie D said...

When my babe is teething bad we give her a frozen waffle. It must feel great on those gums, she loves it!

J. Olson said...

Hylands Teething Tablets and frozen washcloths worked great for us!
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Talia said...

My son was actually a pretty easy teether, and didn't care for cold stuff in his mouth. Baby oragel naturals helped for the few rough days.

Aurora said...

Amber necklace

Aurora said...

Amber necklace

Christy Layton said...

I have owl jellystone necklace and my daughter loves it. I saw the new style and would love to add it to my wardrobe.

Kim Krabach said...

Breastfeeding was a huge help for my oldest, lots of snuggles, letting them chew your finger (& gently rubbing their gums), chewing a cold washcloth...

DantzMOM said...

My first child has far out grown the teething phase so we found another use for them. The ones you can put in the freezer make great ouchie packs.

DantzMOM said...

My first child has out grown the teething phase so we found a second use for all of the teething toys that could be frozen. They make wonderful ouchie packs

Caitlin Mouser said...

My best teething tip is to wet a washcloth with cold water and let your baby chew on it for comfort. You can even put it in the fridge or freezer for extra relief!

Sarah Hayes said...

stock up on good teethers and amber before you baby really needs them. I wish Id had better teethers while my daughter was cutting her front teeth but I didnt know about all these awesome products!

aperry said...

Frozen breastmilk in a mesh teether

Rebecca Azer said...

Our best teething tip is get an amber teething necklace. It made a very noticeable difference for us!

Anonymous said...

A frozen wash cloth.

Melissa said...

I'd like to have one! I have a little bitty on the way in February!

Christine said...

use Punkin' Butt Teething oil -- it was a LIFE SAVER for us!

Zara G said...

Two of the best (non-nursing) things to help w/ my son's teething were an amber teething necklace and a Molar Muncher. Couldn't have gotten through the #2 molars w/o them!

Sweets_t01 said...

The thing that helped my little guy most with teething pain, was his Amber necklace. His favorite thing to chew on was a red silicone square thing... I don't remember what brand, but I think it came from Wal-Mart.
- Patricia B

Steph said...

Baby loves his frozen teething rings, especially those we can add fruit to.

Ashley Chassereau Parks said...

My little one likes gnawing on a wet wash cloth (only wet on the corner) after its been put in the freezer for a while. :)

Wendy said...

Frozen cloth teether!

Mrs.Murry said...

I like to freeze the teething rings.

JumpingDrum said...

Teething for my kids happened early and bad. I only wish I would've had something this cute to let them chew on! With the next one it won't be old wash rags, little peanut will gum is style!

JumpingDrum said...

Teething for my kids happened early and bad. I only wish I would've had something this cute to let them chew on! With the next one it won't be old wash rags, little peanut will gum is style!

Krystal said...

Use Tylenol when they wake up in the middle of the night.

Rebecca said...

My baby isn't teething yet, but I did get her an amber necklace for when she does. Hopefully it works! I would love to get her some Jellystone to chew on also!

Alexis Croce said...

I'm still trying to find a teething cure- my poor baby is getting all her molars in at once. Keeping her busy seems to help.

Alexis Croce said...

I'm still trying to find a teething cure- my poor baby is getting all her molars in at once. Keeping her busy seems to help.

Laurie said...

Baltic amber teething necklaces really do work!

Laurie said...

Baltic amber teething necklaces really do work!

Bailey said...

I don't know what we'd do without my son's teething bracelet. Since we got it, we haven't had to use Tylenol once! He also sort of likes cold teethers, but can't hold on to them great yet, so it's a good thing we don't have to rely on them. :)

hillary s said...

Frozen wash cloths can work wonders.

Anonymous said...

I like to use hard veggies, celery being my favorite! This gets them used to the idea of eating good food!

Anonymous said...

Just starting to teeth, so I don't have any tips but am looking to see what everyone else says!

Tamtam said...

looks like a great invention, children willnever drop their teethers again!

Tamtam said...

looks like a great invention, children will never drop their teethers again!!

Katy said...

Who wouldn't want fashionable teething jewelry?

Katy said...

Such a great idea, fashionable baby stuff! Yea for non-frumpy moms!

Danielle said...

Thank you :)

Danielle said...

Thank you!

Danielle said...

Thank you

Anonymous said...

Hyland's teething tablets, Punkin Butt teething oil and washcloths

Mary Schuh said...

Frozen bananas, frozen washcloths, cold carrots, and lots of cuddling worked for us!

Mary Schuh said...

My son loves cold carrots!

Mary Schuh said...

Frozen bananas, frozen washcloths, cold carrots, and lots of cuddling worked for us!

gingerpantzmama said...

wet washcloths, homeopathic teething drops, and "Herbal Kids" Gum-o-mile Oil. smells and works so yummy!

gingerpantzmama said...

wet washcloths, homeopathic drops, and Herbal Kids gum-o-mile oil. smells yummy and works great

Amye K said...

We usually use a wash cloth with cold water, put it in the freezer a few minutes.

Todd E. said...

This would be so timely - she doesn't really get help from any remedy we've tried.

Tegan said...

Frozen wet washcloth, he has a Baltic Amber necklace now so anything he can get in his mouth he will chew & suck happily, mama's fingers, &lots of nursing/cuddling

Jessica D. said...

Frozen washcloths :)

Jessica D. said...

Frozen washcloths :)

Nicole Rogers said...

Frozen teething rings worked decent for me...

Nicole Rogers said...

Frozen teething rings worked decent for me...

Nicole Rogers said...

Frozen teething rings worked decent for me...

Elizabeth B said...

Amber teething necklace worked well for one child, but my other needs things to gnaw on, like frozen washcloths, pacifiers, chew toys.

Elizabeth B said...

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