• H
  • Coalinga, United States
  • 3 months ago


At two months? Is this possible? My little guy keeps chewing on his hand and his pacifier instead of sucking on it, is drooling so much, won’t take naps all of a sudden, wants to nurse CONSTANTLY, and is so so soooooo fussy. His daddy and I can’t figure out what’s wrong with our precious boy! 😭 picture added for cuteness overload
  • D
  • TN, US
  • 5 days ago

Yep. Totally teething. My two month old decided to start as soon as we all went on vacation last week. Oh the fussiness... The hand chewing is insane, but he loves chewing on my finger the most. We use the natural Nuby Soothing Gel occasionally for when chewing makes him cry more, and it works a little bit, but not that much and not for very long honestly. Been buying all kinds of teething toys for him, but he still prefers Mommy's finger 😅

  • S
  • Norlane, Australia
  • 7 days ago

Yup. My little one started teething about 2.5 months.

  • T
  • Reno, United States
  • 11 days ago

Most of the time the intense drool is due to your babies Saliva glads starting to kick in, not teething. And also he’s in tandem going through a mental leap which can cause fussiness. The wonder eeeks app is great for tracking those super fussy phases

  • J
  • NY, US
  • 13 days ago

It is indeed possible ! I had my daughter at the pediatrician right before three months and the doctor told me it was her teething! The drooling, constant chewing, night waking, crankiness. And at 8 months she FINALLY got two bottom teeth! Lol. When it’s really bad I switch between Tylenol and Motrin and that helps a lot.

  • A
  • Lynchburg, United States
  • 13 days ago

My baby girl started teething early 3 months or maybe a week before 3 months and she’s now 4 months and i give her Tylenol every once in a while to help

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