Its so awful when they can talk. Today my near two year old...my not so much a baby tells me "my teeth hurt" I then check out her mouth to see giant 4 mountains of pure white in her gums just waiting to poke through. You would think that my child comes from a line of drug attics due to her need for medication. I assure you that us most definitely not the case.
She's crying and pulling at her teeth and insisting she needs medicine. My sweet little almost two year old pops those tiny chewable Tylenol like no body's business and then right after she's got those down she begs for more. Begs. She uses her manners of course saying "please" with much enthusiasm while jumping up and down faster than a kangaroo. Remy is at the stage where she thinks please gets you anything you want. Honey I wish.
I even gave her baby orjel (which I think is so weird and have never tried before) she forcefully convinced me to let her do it alone, I squeezed a tiny bit on her tiny finger and she rubbed her teeth all over those mountain gums, instant drool which I'm taking as a sign of relief.
She then asked for more...sorry crazy girl.
This is something we have never been through before. Raygan had every single tooth by her first birthday so teething was almost a breeze due to the fact that she was a colicky baby and later apparently we never even noticed the fact that she was teething.