Teething keeping happy baby awake?

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  1. fizzy2010

    fizzy2010 Well-Known Member

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    Had anyone found that teething has kept their baby awake but they have not been in obvious pain? My LO usually goes to bed ay 7pm but is still wide awake and wanting to play now at nearly 9pm. She has been up since 5:30am (an hour earlier than usual) and has only had her usual naps. She is not crying but just will not settle and sleep!

    I am not complaining- it is no trouble if she stays up- but I was wondering if it might be linked to her teeth as she has been showing teething signs.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Broodypants

    Broodypants Mum to Erin and Samuel

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    It's not obvious to us when Erin is teething other than she wakes up a bit at night, I'm usually scratching my head wondering what's wrong and then a day or two later another peggie pops through. So it's definitely possible. How old is your little one? x
     
  3. fizzy2010

    fizzy2010 Well-Known Member

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    Hi Broodypants- she is eight months and already has her bottom two. She has been sucking her thumb in a strange way (slipping it in right down the side of her mouth) and sticking her tongue out over the last couple of days but I can't see anything coming!
     

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