Last edited by Jules831; 04-27-2016 at 05:25 PM.
Mine have teething symptoms off and on for a few weeks before the teeth make an appearance sometimes. Mine actually got their first teeth about 4 months. Makes sense to see some phases of drooling and chewing and fussing start up now.
My daughter had teething symptoms around 3 months and we were positive she was teething. Her first tooth didn't pop until around 9 months. Someone told me that they start teething much earlier than the teeth pop through as the teeth move up through the jaw. So they can be fussy and drooly for no apparent reason. While it's possible he's teething, I wouldn't be surprised either if he ends up popping teeth later. I hope he feels better either way.
Beautiful baby girl born 8/13/2012. Little star baby lost at 10 weeks pregnant, 12/18/2013. Rainbow baby girl born 12/22/2014.
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