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Teething Baby, An Irritating Milestone - by Debra Slater 
Even though teething a milestone for your little one, it is several months of irritation for mother and baby. This fun begins around 3 or 4 months of age and continues up to 3 years. Below is approxi...More
Mommy & Baby: Teething & Weaning - by Kirsten Hawkins
Teething is not a disease, but a condition of growth. It shouldn’t be dreaded, but simply seen as an accomplishment of a healthy, growing child. Most babies begin teething between 6-8 months of age, but as in all children, it may vary wildly. Some babies are known to teethe as early as 2 months or as late as 14 months. Pediatric dentists agree that the longer it takes a baby to teethe, the stronger and healthier the teeth are. Additionally, the later the teeth take....More
Thumb Sucking and Teething: Should Parents be Concerned? - by Robin OBrien
Thumb sucking in very early babies can be seen as an adorable habit by many parents. However, as toddlers begin to teething, many parents are concerned that habitual thumb sucking can damage emerging teeth or even developing jaw structure. Is this something to worry about? Why do babies suck thumbs?  More
Old Time Teething Remedies - by Robin OBrien
Nothing can 'cure' teething; after all, it's not a disease but a right of passage for us all. However, there are some old-fashioned methods that can help alleviate your little loved one's discomfort.  More
The Five Stages Of Teething - by Robin OBrien
Baby teething is a major baby development milestone. The timetable of teething is different for each baby, although the vast majority will begin the teething process around the same age and the appearance of teeth will usually follow a certain order.  More
Teething: A Developmental Milestone - by Robin OBrien
Seeing the appearance of your child's first tooth is something you, as a parent, will remember for the rest of your life. But unlike other developmental milestones, teething doesn't happen all at once. In fact, it can be a long, drawn-out and painful process for both baby and parent. More

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