Okay, so my Dd started getting her molars not too long ago, it took them a few months to come in, then she immediately started getting her canines and they're still coming in. Before that... her molars were swollen and would hurt her, but she would still take naps fine and go to bed fine. So, it's been about 3 months of scattered napping... yesterday, I could only get her to sleep for 15 min (she fell asleep in the car then wouldn't sleep after). So, she went to bed at 6:30 last night, and woke up at 6:30 this morning... it's 2pm, and she JUST fell asleep for nap, she's been tired since 11am...
I don't feel comfortable giving her tylenol, since she seems to always be teething.. and I don't want it to hurt her. I've tried jels and tablets, but they don't help at all. I finally got her to sleep by giving her a popscicle (her second today, she still couldn't sleep after the first one!).
Any other ideas to help her cope?
Tylenol for teething is completely unnecessary IMO. Wet a washcloth & stick it in the freezer. My dd's 15 mo & is also getting her molars. She loves ice cubes & will happily suck away @ as many as she needs when they're breaking thru. Her other teething stand by is a wooden spoon. I got her a bamboo child's size set & she'll stick the spoon part in her mouth & chomp down to help break thru the skin.
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