Julio is now almost three months old and well drooling like a teething monster. I knew it was time to start looking into a solution soon or my breast would be feeling the pain. I should add I have NEVER been bitten by my teething children on purpose. The only time I have felt a clamp is when something is more entertaining than I get their attention.
With so many products on the market to help with teething, how do you find the right one?
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How do you know if your little one is teething?
The signs of teething may vary from child to child. Sometimes you may not even know that your child is teething until their first tooth breaks through. So what are the signs your child is teething?
- Teething Rash
- Refusal to eat
- Crying for what seems like no reason
When should you expect teething to start?
Most babies will start to teeth at about 2-3 months old. You’ll see their hands in their mouth and drool running down their faces. It almost seems like it comes out of nowhere and if I’m being honest way too soon.
My son Julio is just about 3 months old and looks like someone left the faucet on. It’s cute and funny to me but to others well it isn’t the cutest thing a baby can do.
Other products to help with teething
We love our amber necklaces, all of our children have worn them and they seem to work for us.
So what did I buy?
After some research, I decided on Mini Lolo an adorable and multi-use teething and bath toy. Julio needed some relief and mama wants to see her baby feeling better. Happy baby means relaxed mama.
I love that mini lolo doesn’t have any openings for water or saliva to get into the toy which means no risk of mildew or mold. There isn’t a part of this toy that has been kept safe from him. I was worried he wouldn’t be able to hold it with these little hands but it hasn’t been an issue. I can say between his amber necklace and mini lolo we haven’t had any discomforts. YAY!!
What helps your little one with teething?