Poor baby, but it sure helps to be adorable when you're doing it. ;)Hyland's Teething Tablets. They're homeopathic and dissolve instantly. You can get them at any health food store, but also Fred Meyer, Wal-Mart, some grocery stores. And you could ask Laura to order one or two to have in stock for when you need them again. :)
P.S. Little Noses saline gel helps with crusty soreness around the nose.P.P.S. She's looking so much like her mama!
That middle picture is just adorable! I'm with Melissa on the Hyland's - I'm not sure if they work, but I always felt better giving the girls something. ;)
That girl is sooooo cute! One of those classic times when you just wish you could take the pain yourself instead of watching your little girl go through it.You need to put some pictures up of her in that sweet Easter outfit she wore. SO ADORABLE :)
what a gorgeous, gorgeous little girl! Cerissa was telling me about her Easter outfit & how cute she looked, so I think you need to put some pics up too... As for the teething issues-- don't underestimate the power of good ol teething gel.. I used it for myself when my wisdom tooth was coming in, and man, it numbed almost my whole left jaw! It was amazing!Love ya
Oh thank-you all. Love those teething tabs, and yes a dab of teething gel. Almost forgot about the saline. I'm anxious to get the gel kind. What a great idea! I've gotten the regular kind in my eyes a few times trying to puff it in to one or more if the children's noses. :) The diaper rash is ebbing, a little respite for a bit?
Bourbon. A finger tip swabbed on her gums. A swig for you. ;)
Oh... her eyes are just the GREATEST color of blue!!! beautiful!