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How to you say teething? [Apr. 18th, 2007|12:50 am]
Verminius Rex
Kiyan says teething by waking up screaming at nearly 1am. I dosed him with ibuprofen, a parent's best friend during these times. I'm hoping he chills out before too long. The good thing about teething is it doesn't last forever, although during the wee hours of the morning it sure feels like it. Pari had a pacifier that worked real well for her during teething. Kiyan doesn't take one, which is a shame, but overall he's been an easier kid to deal with. I suspect this is both his easygoing temperament combined with us being experienced parents this time around.

He's slowing down in the wails, meaning the pain is reducing so he will hopefully go back to sleep soon. Which means I'll get a few hours of sleep before tackling my day.

[User Picture]From: jendaby
2007-04-18 02:20 pm (UTC)
We are having teething woes here, too. My sympathies.
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