Literally everyone suspects my 2 month old is teething, but I thought they were just crazy. She was feeding every hour and waking up every hour, until I thought to get her some gel for her gums and now she's more content she sleeps longer now and she doesn't feed as much as before!
I have a doctor's appointment for her next week so I'm going to confirm what is going on there, but is it possible a baby can teeth so early?
I so thought Alfie was teething at like 3 months. He didn't get his first until 9months! I didn't know it was coming until like 2 days before! Then he got another 1 two days after! Then got none until he was 12 months and 2 days lol. Then they all appeared suddenly and he had 16 before 18 months. We are just waiting on his final back 4 now!
My LO got his first tooth at 10 months old. And before then i used to put everything down to teething, but i dont think it was as he didnt get his first till he was 10 months, he has nearly them all now at almost 20 months, and has never had that much jip with them really x
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