This week we are talking about little Ela:
Nearly six-months old and almost ready for real food (not that breast-milk isn’t real, but seriously, how long can you live on this liquid stuff? Poor Ela is reaching for food on the table and we are sneaking her some nibbles and tastes here and there). A few more weeks and I’m assuming we’ll get the official go-ahead from her pediatrician.
Anyway, before Ela’s foodie adventures start, she has to live through some teething. Poor baby has been drooling up a monsoon and chewing on everything in sight. It’s been happening for months now, and I just can’t imagine where these silly teeth are. Nothing has poked through yet.
So far, chewing on toys has been enough. But lately, her whole hand is in her mouth and she seems more irritable than usual.
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