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    REALLY RED CHEEKS
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    dontaya posted:
    HELLO, I DONT WANT TO FREAK MYSELF OUT, MY 8 MONTH OLD SON IS TEETHING, FOR THE PAST TWO DAYS HIS CHEEKS ARE GETTING REALLY RED. HE IS REALLY CRANKY DUE TO HIS TEETHING, BUT IS THIS NORMAL ??? WHEN I TOUCH HIS CHEEKS IT SEEMS TO BE A UNCOMFORTABLE FEELING FOR HIM. BEFORE I GO TO THE ER AND MAKE A BIG DEAL OUT OF THIS, I JUST WANT TO MAKE SURE THIS IS NOT COMMON
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