Thursday, June 10, 2010

I love my teeth...

This is unlike any other blog entry.
No pictures.
No little happy times.
No smiley faces.
NOTHING....
WHY, you ask?????


My 9 month old is teething.
He has been since he was 4-6 months old....
This time....
It's serious....
I mean--> MELT YOUR BRAIN FROM ALL THE CRYING serious.
I've had a slight headache for the past 2 days.

He will not go to bed....
Right now... It's an hour past his bed time...
and has been SCREAMING like he is on some audition to get into the SCREAM-O ROCK BAND...
Oh! Believe me! He's IN! They would love him and his style.
UP... down... WALE.... UPPPPPP.... loooowww... WIMPER. 
*starts to talk* UPPPPPP HIIIGHHHHH 

LOOOOOOOOOONG
WAAALLLE.

He has started randomly getting up in the middle of the night, errr, uhhh..... MORNING. 
But...
It's not like he wakes up and goes into a cry.
It's like his HURT CRY.
I JUMP UP---> SCREAM, "ZACH! Tristan needs us!" 
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Ladies...
ANY ADVICE will help this mamma.
ANY...
OH! 


PRAYERS.


I mean, seriously, I love my teeth, but.... this whole GETTING THEM IN, is a HUGE process....

Just gave him Tylenol....:( 
Tried 2 times to soothe him.
NOTHING.

Seriously... any advice... ANYTHING AT ALL....
Prayers. :( 



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3 comments:

  1. New follower from FFF .... ironically, I've got a just-turned 10 month old who's currently screaming his heart out in his crib as I type ... gettin' in the top two teeth! So no advice, but I'm TOTALLY with ya, sister!

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  2. Thanks for the lovely comment you left and for following me! I am so excited! It is so ironic that you post this because I was thinking about my 15 month old teething last night as he rolled around our living room floor crying his eyes out! I don't think there is too much we can do for them- just let the teeth come in. I gave him an ice pop and that seemed to help for a little while, but then he just cried himself to sleep. I have also heard you could soak a rag in juice and let them chew on it. Praying for your sanity and mine as well! :)

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  3. hmm,i was pretty lucky there were no screamfest when jackjack was teething (then again, it could be because he was in more pain than teething, he just didnt notice). he just wanted to be held all.the.freaking.time.by.mommy. no one else, but mommy.

    have you tried popping his teethers in the freezer before giving it to him?

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