Three for the price of one

Or is it just three times the pain.

Cake’s been really grumpy this last week. She’s usually a very calm, quiet and happy baby. Yesterday, I discovered what it was that had changed my sweet quite one into a screaming monster. Cake is getting three top teeth, all at once. She did her bottom two teeth (the only two she has at the moment) all at once as well. She’s decided that she needs to top that for some reason. I told her at the time that it wasn’t a good idea and I told her the same thing yesterday. I guess the ignoring parental advise is a life long affliction.

Over all, I feel like my kids have it pretty easy when it comes to teeth coming in. Usually not that big of a deal. I was somewhere (I forget where) when Cake was getting her bottom teeth and I happened to mention it. Who ever it was I was talking to was flabbergasted that she was so happy whilst getting teeth.

How were/are your kids when their teeth come in?

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3 thoughts on “Three for the price of one

  1. Camille May 27, 2008 at 9:02 pm Reply

    If you think things are bad now wait until they try to cut multiple molars at the same time. Rita as been trying to do that for the past two weeks and it looks like we have another two weeks to go. :<

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  2. Lorie May 28, 2008 at 1:12 am Reply

    Poor cake! My boy was the same way, never liked to get teeth one at a time. But Toots hasn’t gotten ANY teeth yet. I am starting to worry!

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  3. Fawn May 28, 2008 at 3:36 pm Reply

    Awww, no fun! but at least she is getting 3 done in one shot!

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