Parents wait for their baby’s teeth to come in. This is a big time in their life as it involves care. Most babies will get their first tooth at 6 months and some, between 3 to 14 months. For babies, teething may come with some symptoms which parents need to know in order to provide the right care. Symptoms may vary among babies, as some may show signs while others may not show any signs at all. As a parent, you should know what those symptoms may be so that you can take a proper care of your teething baby.
Guest post contributed by Hannah Whittenly
It’s never comfortable watching your baby go through the teething process and feel extremely uncomfortable. While it’s a normal part of every baby’s development, it’s still hard to see them endure so much pain. There are a few things to remember when it’s time you’re dealing with a baby who’s in the middle of teething.
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