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sdadkin posted:
My DS2 is 5 and a half months old and he got his first tooth yesterday! My DS1 didn't get his first tooth until he was over 8 months old.

We tried our first baby fruit last night- Bananas! He loved it! He still hasn't quite got the hang of eating yet though. He basically just keeps sticking out his tongue and licking it up. It's really funny to watch.
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wmatto83 responded:
That is great! My little guy will be 5 months on Monday! I have been thinking he is going to cut a tooth soon. He drools soo much and put everything in his month and chews on it constantly. I did start him on fruit, cearal and veggies last week not all at once lol! And it is soo funny to watch them!
Have you ever heard of a baby having diaper rash as a sign of their first tooth coming in?? My LO has diaper rash and the daycare says he will be getting a tooth soon....go figure!
 
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sdadkin replied to wmatto83's response:
No, I have never heard about the diaper rash thing. Mason didn't have a diaper rash when he got this tooth. Every baby is different though. It sounds like your son is getting ready to have some teeth really soon too!

Mason actually has a second tooth coming in right next to the first one. Everything seems to be happening so fast with him!
 
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Anon_154542 replied to wmatto83's response:
I have heard of the daiper rash and runny nose when teething. So not only do their gums hurt but bottoms have a rash in nose is raw from trying to keep their face clean


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