his brother didnt get his first tooth until 9 months!
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My friend's son was born with a tooth. He was sedated his whole life, so they only heard him make a sound once. She said it was scary because it was like a grunty growl sound and he had a tooth. haha. They pulled the tooth to intubate him, though, so there are no pictures of it. I think they keep it with his urn. Ok. Done with my story which is probably mildly depressing, but kinda funny when you hear it the way she tells it.
Was he really fussy/cranky while getting it? I felt like teething got easier the older and more distractible my baby got- I can't imagine dealing with it in a 7 week old!
its hard to tell. I suppose he's been teething since before he was born?!?
It seems frustrating though, b/c i remember that brady really loved to put his hands in his mouth and chomp on them, and poor little J dosen't have the hand coordination to aim for mouth and get it there.
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