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Canines - teething not dogs...

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Jennyusedtobepink Fri 12-Sep-08 13:49:35

So dd is cutting her canines. I think. My mum has just found her biting the hall table. I'm hoping that this is the excuse reason for her sleep deteriorating over the last few nights.

Does anyone have any experience? Has this resulted in disturbed sleep with your LO too?

Jennyusedtobepink Fri 12-Sep-08 13:55:41

Bumpety Bumpety Bump

Jennyusedtobepink Fri 12-Sep-08 14:00:05

OK, maybe she's just playing up after all!

twoshakes Fri 12-Sep-08 14:01:15

Canines were the worst for my DD. She really,really struggled with them. We didn't have disturbed nights but we all had a miserable few months while they were coming through because she was so grumpy. She was a very slow teether though, noone elses children seem to take so long to produce teeth so I'm sure yours won't!

savetheplanetdontiron Fri 12-Sep-08 14:04:42

no idea but thanks for making me laugh with your title grin teething can be crap trying - hope the nights improve

Jennyusedtobepink Fri 12-Sep-08 14:05:02

Oh that's good, misery loves company. She's definitely struggled with teething, but this seems to be worse than the others.

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