2. Camilia drops
3. Mesh food pouches
4. Wet cloth
Since he’s been close to getting his first tooth, Q has been going through a BOD phase, as I like to call it – aka boob on demand. It’s comforting and soothing for him. So, although I feel like I’m a drive-through sometimes, I want him to be happy. If this will help him, then why not? I know sometimes I think to myself, I can’t wait till I’m done breastfeeding! Till I don’t have to wear my nursing bra anymore or worry about wearing a shirt with easy access.
Then I remember, this is going to be the last time I am doing this. I won’t get to experience this again, so I will enjoy every moment of it. Time goes by so fast when you look back, but when you are in the middle of it, it seems to drag on forever. Looking back now, this past year has flown by and my baby boy is already one!
7. Banana Toothbrush
Not really a remedy per se, but it helped! This one worked with my daughter. She absolutely loved this banana! She would take it everywhere. Although it’s technically a toothbrush, it is also good for teething because it’s soft. Q wasn’t as interested in it, but like I said every baby is different. They have a Sophie giraffe as well that they sometimes like to use.
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