Monthly Archives July 2015

Is my Baby Teething?

Babies can teethe from the age of three months, though it’s likely that you’ll probably see teeth from 12 months of age   Babies can teethe from the age of three months, though it’s likely that you’ll probably see teeth from 12 months of age.  All babies go through the teething stage differently but here are the main signs to look out for. Symptoms can normally develop a few days or even weeks before a tooth is actually cut.  Some may not show many signs of teething at all but most will demonstrate either one or more of the following. * Being irritable or cranky
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5 Ways to help your baby during teething

Babies can begin teething from anywhere between three and twelve months of age.  Although some babies are born with teeth so this is just a guide. Teething can cause your baby to drool more and bite their fingers and toys as their gums become sore.  If you want to aid your baby through the teething process then follow these top tips. 1. Rub your baby’s gums With a clean finger, rub your baby’s gums gently to help soothe them. You should find that this helps to comfort your child and ease the soreness for them. 2. Give your child safe objects to chew
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