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@Gergely Polonkai if you'd like to start a seperate thread in #parenting on the topic of teething strategies it would be much appreciated - I'd love to compare notes and learn some more

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Re: %jgbKN8dI1

It’s awesome to see there are resources on all this stuff.

I also consider ourselves lucky, as we didn’t have wind and digestive problems with neither of our kids. Just don’t get me started on how they got through the times when their teeth started to grow…

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While all babies will take in/make gas, and with some it can be difficult getting rid of it...I wonder if some focus on reducing the air intake might be helpful too.
Many babies are fed or topped up with a bottle, and it seems to me that if the bottle is positioned so that the baby can work the nipple well, and the baby is in a slightly head up position, rather than lying flat, he/she is less likely to take in air with liquid.


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