Ugh. 2 year molars.

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Ugh. 2 year molars.

I HATE them!!! :mad: I think this is the reasoning behind Moriah's crappy nighttime sleeping.

I felt her gums back there. One side felt a little swollen and I saw a little white spot.

I can't wait for these to come in so she can be done with teeth for awhile!!

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I haven't got to your stage of hate for molars because I'm still in active hate mode for the canine teeth. Maria's are NEVER going to come in. I see white tips but that's it. Ibuprofen is not working, Tylenol is not working.

I'm right there with you on the teeth hate wagon! Smile

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"babyJtime" wrote:

I haven't got to your stage of hate for molars because I'm still in active hate mode for the canine teeth. Maria's are NEVER going to come in. I see white tips but that's it. Ibuprofen is not working, Tylenol is not working.

I'm right there with you on the teeth hate wagon! Smile

This is us. Thankfully, the top ones did come in but Delia, I'm not joking, it took almost 4 months. :eek: I could feel and see them but they wouldn't come down.

The bottom ones made an appearance last week as white bumps One may have just barely pierced the skin in the last day but I'm not sure. She teethes so badly and hurts so much that she rarely opens her mouth to show me. But these teeth are seriously the worst. :help1:

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We're not at the 2yr molar stage yet. Still in the blissful non-teething state b/w canines and 2yr molars. Smile Like some of the other girls have found, Josie's canines took FOREVER to come through and even now, the top right one is still only a white point about 2mm long - and that's after cutting through the gum a month ago!!! I guess her canines were just slow movers.

Sooooo....hoping for a nice long break (and lots of good sleep) before we have to deal with 2yr molars.

Having said that, I seem to recall that DD1's 2yr molars were actually the easiest ones in a way. Even though they caused her lots of pain, she was (at 26-27 months when they came through) able to understand the cause and could talk about them being sore so it made the whole thing more manageable than when they're little and just don't know what's wrong (and neither do we!)

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OMG - tell me about it!!!

Canines were cake for us. Actually all his teeth haven't bothered him much, except the first two and these 2 year molars.

I can see white spots on the bottom for both his 2yr molars and he's been awful lately. He has never gotten up at night...and with these molars he is getting up a lot more. Now that they are at the surface there seems to be a break in the pain, but every now and then he wakes up screaming from a nap or in the morning, so when that happens I know they are still bothering him. I dread the top ones coming. :eek:

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Poor little thing! Could that be the cause of some of her stuffiness?