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My four-month-old son had the (cutest) rosy cheeks, was drooling like a fountain and was trying to chew on everything he came in contact with despite his lack of hand-to-mouth coordination. It’s truly a crime to start teething before your own motor skills allow you to match chew toys up to your mouth. Even though I knew these signs meant he was teething, the doctor assured me he wasn’t old enough for his first teeth to be coming in. But the doctor doesn’t spend anywhere near as much time observing him as I do, so he didn’t have anywhere near as much information as I did. I stocked up on teething remedies anyway.

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