Parents’ Guide to Helping Baby During Teething



Teething isn’t fun for baby. You may notice an increase in fussing or crying, drooling, biting, and a loss of appetite when your baby is around 3-12 months old.

To help comfort baby while they’re teething:
-Give them chilled washcloths and toys (not frozen)
-Rub baby’s gums with your finger
-Keep a routine to help with trouble sleeping

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