Teething Baby’s Special Grinder

Teething Baby’s Special Grinder

Teething Baby’s Special “Grinder”

Sooner or later, the baby will always have teeth. Babies with teeth can not be underestimated. The teeth that are ready to make their roots itch and swell, so you must find something to vent the discomfort in the mouth.
Of course, the best way is to eat anything that can be stuffed into your mouth with your underdeveloped little teeth.
  Moms and dads who have experienced this must feel deeply about it. At that time, if there was any bite around the baby, anything could become the baby’s secret weapon!
Haha, take a look at the group photo below, what are the special weapons of these cute babies when they are teething . 7Here are 7 tips, I hope it will be helpful to parents who are preparing or preparing teeth:   1. Teething is generally not painful, but some babies may feel uncomfortable and irritable.
You can use clean fingers or moist gauze to rub the gums into your child’s mouth, which will help him; the cool teething ring can also be used to ease the gum discomfort during teething.
  2.
 Be careful with your gums, as using too much gum is not good for your child.
  3.
 Teething does not cause a fever.
If the child has a fever, he should be taken to the doctor for another reason.
  4.
 Breastfeeding is good for your baby’s tooth development.
  5.
 A baby can use a water glass when he is 6 months old, and do n’t give him a bottle when he is 1 year old.
These are good for his tooth development.
  6.
 Just add some water or plain pure milk between meals. Don’t let children drink fruit juice or other drinks because there is a lot of sugar in them.
If you want to give your baby some fruit juice or sweetened milk, you can let your child drink it directly at meals.
  7.
 When your baby has his first tooth, he should brush his teeth twice a day.
The most important time is before going to bed at night.
Use a gentle baby toothbrush, squeeze a small amount of toothpaste, and gently brush his teeth.
Be careful not to let your child swallow toothpaste.