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Monday, May 16, 2011

Baby Orajel® Naturals and a GIVEAWAY!



Lael had only 8 of her teeth for quite some time and for a while there was no activity on the teething front. Then all of a sudden she started to get her MOLARS {insert high pitched horror movie scream in the background}. Getting new teeth has never really seemed to bother her too much, but these teeth have been a different story. Thankfully, her sleep hasn't been disrupted by it, but I can tell when she's awake that she is at times uncomfortable. It's evident. Believe me. :)

The lovely people over at Baby Orajel® sent me some Baby Orajel® Naturals to try out just in time! Now we're naturally on our way to feeling better with this benzocaine-free, alcohol-free, and dye-free teething remedy. Thank you, Baby Orajel®!

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I simply put a pea size amount of Baby Orajel® Naturals on the tip of my finger...

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... tell her to say, "Ahhhhh" (which doesn't take much coaxing, she loves this stuff!)...

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... and rub it on her gums where the tooth is coming through.

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A happy girl... Naturally!

See her new tooth in the back?

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And guess what! I am hosting a $100 Babies "R" Us gift card giveaway, sponsored by Blogher!!
You have from May 16 to June 16 to enter!


Just leave a comment answering this: When it comes to teething, how do you naturally soothe your baby? Share your teething tips for a chance to win! Here are the rules:

o No duplicate comments.
o You may receive (2) total entries by selecting from the following entry methods:
a) Leave a comment in response to the sweepstakes prompt on this post b) Tweet about this promotion and leave the URL to that tweet in a comment on this post c) Blog about this promotion and leave the URL to that post in a comment on this post d) For those with no Twitter or blog, read the official rules to learn about an alternate form of entry.
o This giveaway is open to US Residents age 18 or older.
o Winners will be selected via random draw, and will be notified by e-mail.
o You have 72 hours to get back to me, otherwise a new winner will be selected.
o The Official Rules are available here.

167 comments:

  1. We've been having a hard time w/ teething. It's aweful on her and us parents! ;)

    Naturally, giving her a frozen wash cloth to chew on from time to time. But I am excited to hear about this product, I'll have to go get some and pick it up.

    I'd love to hear other moms tips! Thanks for hosting this giveaway.

    Andreaworley@live.com

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  2. We are going thru the molars right now and it is no fun! I've never heard of this but will def. give it a try! We've just done teething rings but thats difficult for those back teeth! thanks for hosting this kelli!

    ldblack0620@gmail.com

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  3. Our pediatrician advised us to use frozen bagels. My girl loves to gnaw on these until they are gooey! We also tried some popsicles but I think they were just a little too cold and shocking!

    kcdunbar@gmail.com

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  4. http://theblacks09.blogspot.com/2011/05/product-review-baby-orajel-naturals-and.html

    blog post

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  5. I use teething rings and a cold wash cloth.

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  6. tweet:

    http://twitter.com/mami2jcn/status/70201524197928960

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  7. i used teething tablets and orajel...but letting her chew on her own fingers seems to work best!
    courtneymolony@gmail.com

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  8. How appropriate for today--my little one is working on her top front teeth right now. I try to give her something to chew on like a teething ring or wash cloth.
    aggiegal114@aol.com

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  9. Our pediatrician said that his pacifier can help teething pain by giving him a self soothing activity. That has seemed to work well when nothing else does!

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  10. We were lucky with our first that teething wasn't too terrible. We used orajel during the day and motrin at night when it seemed to be bothering him the most!

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  11. After 2 little ones, it feels like we've tried everything! Here are just a few...
    1) Letting them chew on a cold/frozen washcloth
    2) All natural smoothies or frozen popsicle smoothies(if they are old enough)
    3) Pain relief - motrin or orajel
    4) Raspberry pacifier - it's the craziest looking thing ever but it works!

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  12. my little girl Campbell, is just about to get her FIRST tooth! Bless her little heart, she just chews on EVERYTHING! I haven't yet found anything that seems to help much! I will have to try the orajel!!!!

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  13. HA! I don't really have answer to this! I was hoping to get some good ideas from everyone else who comments since we are now teething ( a little late)! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  14. What a great giveaway! Brantley loves to chew on wet, cold washclothes when she teething. Like most, she enjoys frozen teethers, but I do give her tylenol when I can tell that it is pretty painful. Hope I win!!!! We are expecting in December so we can certainly put this to use!

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  15. Neither of my boys really gave me TOO much trouble when they were teething but when they did fuss I found that frozen washclothes and teething rings seemed to soothe them for a bit. One teething toy that my youngest LOVED was this First Years Massaging Teether that vibrated? http://www.amazon.com/First-Years-Massaging-Action-Teether/dp/B000V8AL3C/ref=pd_sim_t_1 He loooooooved it.
    (And actually, big brother liked to play with it too, even tho he was far past teething age, haha!)

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  16. So Fun! We actually just used the plain old frozen teething rings, baby Orajel and TYLENOL :) Such a fun Giveaway!!!

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  17. We have used Hylands teething tablets for all 4 kids, and I have heard wonderful things about Amber Teething necklaces lately. Gives them something to knaw on, but also naturally relieves pain. Whatever works, right?! I have avoided Orajel in the past due to the meds in it, but now that they went natural? I'm in! Thanks for a great give away!

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  18. Our little Finn is currently getting his one year molars and he is quite uncomfortable. We have found that he likes to chew on unopened cheese sticks from the fridge. We wash them and he gnaws them up. You do have to be careful because he can squeeze them out of the package. He thinks that's an added bonus.

    I can't wait to try this natural product!

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  19. We have alot of different teethers, her favorite is one that viberates!

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  20. We have done the raspberry "pacifiers", as well, along with cold popsicles (if they are old enough)...I am still always looking for natural ways to soothe their pain! What a fun giveaway!

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  21. I let my kids chew on a wet washrag.

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  22. Definitely the cold teething rings and since mine were all so young when they first started teething, I used Tylenol as well. I can't wait to try this with Libby!

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  23. Teething tablets and wash cloth work for us.
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

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  24. http://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/70718966447878144

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  25. I give my kids frozen fruit in a mash. It works, just a little messy.

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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  26. I'm sorry I don't have any teething tips. I was lucky my kids didn't get much pain when they were teething.
    MCantu1019 at aol dot com

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  27. For my niece we would use teething rings and cold washclothes...this would be great to try though!

    danielleaknapp at gmail dot com

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  28. for my 8 month old- i would use diluted clove oil!! but make sure to dilute otherwise very strong!! Thanks for the chance to win!! What a lovely giveaway
    anashct [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  29. I blogged about your giveaway here: http://mommilitary.blogspot.com/2011/05/product-review-baby-orajel-naturals-and.html
    Thanks for the opportunity
    anashct [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  30. I tweeted here: http://twitter.com/anashct/status/71018036198518784
    Thanks for the chance!!
    anashct [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  31. My baby boy just got his first two teeth this past week. My favorite way to help him ease his pain is by giving him a homemade apple popsicle. The cold is relieving for his gums and the taste is yummy for his mouth! Sometimes instead of a popsicle I will give him some frozen fruit puree in a mesh feeder and he loves it!

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  32. Good advice here! I use the teething tablets, my daughter looooves them! And she also loves to chew on her burp cloths, that seems to he more than anything

    Amanda Arstrayer@gmail.com

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  33. We have done several things: teething rings, wet cold wash cloths, and frozen foods. She tends to like the cold/frozen wash cloths the best.

    kpwnrw@gmail.com

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  34. a frozen teething ring

    karinaroselee at gmail dot com

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  35. I used cold teething rings.

    hlee99 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  36. I'd use frozen wash cloth.

    eugeniewu-at-gmail-dot-com

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  37. JUST A TOUCH OF ICE CUBES kytah00@yahoo.com

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  38. 2ND ENTRY TWEET @ http://twitter.com/#!/kytah00/status/71646291481993216 kytah00@yahoo.com

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  39. Cold teethers work wonders for my girl. She is about to get one of her top teeth, so she has been nursing more frequently too.
    zenobia(dot)k(dot)bradford(at)gmail(dot)com

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  40. We used a frozen washcloth, bagel and a teething ring that all seemed to help.

    s2s2 at comcast dot net

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  41. http://twitter.com/#!/susan1215/status/71761176471674881

    s2s2 at comcast dot net

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  42. Recently with my nephew it was a frozen dish rag. When the rag got warmer we would just refreeze. It wasn't a bad time with him when he was teething --he was such a happy little guy.

    msgb245 at gmail dot com

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  43. frozen washrag! scg00387 a t yahoo dot com

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  44. http://twitter.com/#!/DesMoinesDealin/status/72421217558216704 scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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  45. Teething Rings, and a frozen wash cloth.
    susitravl(at)gmail(dot)com

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  46. popsicles (all fruit of course) or just ice popsicles (water)

    mjf926 at gmail dot com

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  47. cold wash cloths, or toys you can freeze are really helpful

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  48. I would use a cold teething ring.
    toddjesslabrum@gmail.com

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  49. My MIL, who has six kids, suggested wetting and wringing out a washcloth and sticking it in the freezer. Our daughter LOVED chewing on them, and it's easy to keep a couple clean in a zip lock baggie ready to swap out :)

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  50. My baby loved frozen bananas on his teeth! Thanks for the giveaway!

    gina.m.maddox (at) gmail (dot) com

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  51. http://twitter.com/#!/CrazyItalian0/status/74240738266845184

    tweet
    gina.m.maddox (at) gmail (dot) com

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  52. I use a Mesh Pop, cut up a banana into 2 inch pieces, stuff the mesh pop and put in ziploc bag and freeze. Tastes good and helps soothe their gums.

    karenmed409 at comcast dot net

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  53. rt-http://twitter.com/karenmed409/status/74330461949804544
    karenmed409 at comcast dot net

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  54. When my daughter was teething we used teething tablets, and frozen french toast!

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  55. I tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/Jammie79/status/74340899164921856

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  56. We always had teething rings in the freezer. They seemed to soothe the aches.

    mryward(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  57. My mom always used spoons that she kept in the freezer. I may have tried that, but I also used teething tablets.
    mnmspecial (at)mnmspecial.com

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  58. tweet https://twitter.com/#!/mnmspecial/status/75023762126422016
    mnmspecial (at) mnmspecial.com

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  59. My children are grown but when babies I use a cold teething ring or a bisket. helenkeeler@comcast.net

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  60. I use a chilled teething ring.

    rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

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  61. Tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/rhoneygee/status/75326006134710272

    rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

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  62. Cold/frozen teething toys work well

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  63. I used frozen teething rings and baby Orajel when my daughter was young, now she is having her own baby and I will pass this on to her.

    reveilletx at hotmail dot com

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  64. I used a frozen washcloth for my babies.

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  65. I used cold, soft things and washcloths
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

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  66. I am very glad to be done with the teething days, with my kids I would give them popsicles & frozen snacks & that seemed to help a lot! vickismail77 at yahoo.com

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  67. Frozen fruit...like watermelon, helps a ton!

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  68. I used orajel with great success! Or, a cold washcloth is the more natural way that seems to have good resutls.

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  69. My son liked to chew on a cloth booboo bunny filled with ice chips.
    lenz.nicole(at)gmail(dot)com

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  70. We haven't reached the teething stage just yet but I have a feeling we're getting close!

    My sister gave me a mesh pouch she used with her children - you put frozen fruit inside of it and the child can chew on that while they teeth.

    Tarah
    tarah716[at]ymail.com

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  71. A cooling ring you freeze and let them chew on

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  72. We used a frozen bagel.

    Scott Martin
    spmartin122@gmail.com

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  73. I have tried a lot of things, but my daughter seems to do well with teething rings.

    chambanachik@gmail.com

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  74. When my oldest was young I would give him a frozen bagel or waffle.

    purehrt555(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  75. Put some crushed ice in a washcloth

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  76. I tweeted...
    ma04santos

    http://forthischildiprayed-kelli.blogspot.com/2011/03/baby-orajel-naturals.htm

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  77. I posted on my Blog...
    http://ma04santos.blogspot.com/2011/06/product-review-baby-orajel-naturals-and.html

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  78. I would say to freeze strawberries for the baby to suck on
    super_alba_star@yahoo.com

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  79. tweeted
    http://twitter.com/#!/independentmami/status/76357959503978496
    super_alba_star@yahoo.com

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  80. I like to make all-fruit mini popsicles and let them chew away on those! Even putting water into the molds to make giant ice cubes is super helpful! :) We also have amber teething jewelry that helps out a lot!

    venturesofsahm at yahoo dot com

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  81. I've used teething rings or frozen washcloths.
    lazybones344 at gmail dot com

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  82. I've always used frozen teething products to soothe.

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  83. I am always looking for new things & ideas for teething
    Thank you for the giveaway
    Have a fantastic day

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  84. I have always used a frozen washcloth with my baby, oh and baby Tylenol when it gets really really bad (as sparingly as I can).

    Aly at infertilityoverachievers dot com

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  85. We use teething tablets
    merleandtina@yahoo.com

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  86. We use teething tablets
    https://twitter.com/#!/HappyTina0115/status/77390008226549760

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  87. teething rings or my finger...i also have a necklace with a hard plastic ring on it that he love to chew on!

    http://momof-3boys.blogspot.com

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  88. I freeze rubber teething toys to soothe a teething baby.
    smchester at gmail dot com

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  89. it's been a really long time since I've done that but I do remember using teething rings

    debbiebellows(at)gmail(dot)com

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  90. tweeted here:

    http://twitter.com/bellows22/status/77601936035151872

    debbiebellows(at)gmail(dot)com

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  91. I keep cold teethers (rubber, gel filled) in the fridge for when their pain acts up.
    KellywcuATyahooDOTcom

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  92. tweeted
    http://twitter.com/Kellywcu/status/77816070769086465

    kellywcuATyahooDOTcom

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  93. I let my girls suck on cold washcloths.

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  94. I have used cold teethers and Hyland's Teething Tablets
    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

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  95. tweet
    http://twitter.com/#!/ChelleB36/status/77962223275872256
    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

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  96. frozen washcloths worked awesome for us

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  97. Cold washcloths here! Works for us :)

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  98. I put the teethers in the freezer

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  99. http://twitter.com/#!/fostertam/status/79222478890745856

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  100. A frozen washcloth or teething tablets worked great for us! I will have to try this natural orajel with the next one!

    (In case I happen to get picked, I am still 100% considered a legal resident of the US) YAY!
    Great giveaway Kelli!

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  101. Orajel has been around for many years and it saved me when my kids were little a long time ago, thank god!

    gmissycat at yahoo dot com

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  102. Tweeted here too

    http://twitter.com/#!/gmissycat/status/79498091757182976

    gmissycat at yahoo dot com

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  103. chilled teething ring worked for my nieces! :)

    deeg131 at gmail dot com

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  104. tweeted https://twitter.com/DeeGee13/status/79657431424176129

    deeg131 at gmail dot com

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  105. cold washcloths for my little one seems to work

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  106. http://twitter.com/#!/rsmc1/status/80115092259209217

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  107. I had teething ring that you put in the freezer. The cold seemed to soothe.

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  108. blog http://sodahoney.blogspot.com/2011/06/who-doesnt-love-smiling-babies-see-what.html

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  109. My babies are long gone and have families of their own now but I used to give them cold wash clothes with ice to suck on. It seemed to help.

    marybug2@yahoo.com

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  110. I also tweeted

    http://twitter.com/#!/marybug2/status/80255442646863872

    marybug2 @ yahoo . com

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  111. Teething toys worked the best for my kids.
    nuthouse(at)centurytel(dot)net

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  112. tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/KerryBishop/status/80274210026553344
    nuthouse(at)centurytel(dot)net

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  113. A wet cool rag seems to help to chew on. As they get older and can feed themselves, eating frozen peas is fun.
    chipdip2010(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  114. Tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/chipdip2010/status/80462751977308160
    chipdip2010(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  115. A frozen teething ring works pretty good. I learned that a popsicle is great too (with a little help from mom, of course!)! LOL

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  116. Tweet: http://twitter.com/coriwestphal/statuses/80467996816064512

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  117. I soothed my teething babies with washcloths that I dampened and then put in the freezer for a while. The loved chewing on them.
    ape2016(at)aol(dot)com

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  118. I usually use the frozen teething rings.

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  119. I freeze pacifiers or teething rings.honeypie411 at yahoo dot com

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  120. My baby just started teething (early, only 3 months old!) and so far the cold teething rings have worked well.

    melduke26 at gmail dot com

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  121. I like to give them a very cold wash cloth to chew on. I tie a knot in the corner to give them something the gnaw on.

    hafner611{AT}gmail{DOT}com

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  122. A frozen washcloth is a great natural teether.

    the imagine tree at aol dot com

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  123. My ten month has eight teeth, four on top and four on bottom. We have started on the molars yet, "horror screams" oh no!!! We give him orajel for daytime from time to time. He hasn't had to use it alot, but I like the fact that their a more natural product. Teething rings work well too, but more readily available is the opposite side of the binky he's recently figured out.

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  124. Frozen waffles were great for my girls! They're such foodies. :)

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  125. I'm due in a few weeks, so I don't have first hand experience yet, but I can recall that my mother gave us frozen washcloths. Thank you for the lovely giveaway.
    sewmuchstuff at ymail dot com

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  126. Tweet
    http://twitter.com/SewMuchStuff/status/81179361738366978

    sewmuchstuff at ymail dot com

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  127. We were able to do a good amount of soothing by using teething rings and distraction!

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  128. A cold washcloth has worked for us.

    annettekz2@yahoo.com

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  129. Frozen washcloths work wonders!

    Holly Miller
    Airfrcgrl87@aol.com

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  130. A cold cloth or teething ring helps.

    nesta 67 {at} live dot com

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  131. tweet http://twitter.com/?lang=en&logged_out=1#!/LuckyJinxy/status/81221058950205440

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  132. I alternate between teething rings (cold) and Orajel
    Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

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  133. when my daughter was teething, I would give her a frozen wet wash cloth to chew on.

    itsjustme62613 at gmail.com

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  134. tweet

    http://twitter.com/MistySunrise/status/81298476654264320

    itsjustme62613 at gmail.com

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  135. One of my co-workers told me about using a frozen washcloth to help with teething, so that is one of the tricks I passed on to my SIL.

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  136. Tweet: http://twitter.com/#!/hillfam2005/status/81313014527164416

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  137. My son is 4 months old and I think about ready t teeth- so I'm looking for advice to soothe his teething pain which I know will be coming. I bought some water teethers just in case.

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  138. I like to put a wet rag in the freezer and then use it to soothe a teething baby.

    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

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  139. http://twitter.com/#!/fdp4life/status/81345691431079936
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

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  140. Cold teething rings are great!

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  141. We used teething rings. trinitygsd at yahoo dot ocm

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  142. All my daughter's 6 teeth have come in within days of each other. It's been about 2 weeks and I am already seeing a new one. We've tried everything under the sun except the new Natural's Orajel.. the regular one does nothing.

    To give us and my daughter a little break Triaminic has helped. and yes, that specific brand.

    jmercurio19(at)gmail(dot)com

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  143. I tweeted

    http://twitter.com/mommaJWoww19/status/81366837224423424

    jmercurio19(at)gmail(dot)com

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  144. I have found that frozen peaches helped Gracie. She would chew on the them and they seemed to help her and kind of numb her gums for awhile.

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  145. We give him a homemade frozen juice (no sugar) popsicle to suck on
    diane Baum
    esldiane@gmail.com

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  146. We used teething rings, baby orajel, and we also would give her popsicles!
    deadmonkeys90@yahoo.com

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  147. A damp washcloth in the freezer--works wonders it freezer really quickly but we used to keep one or two in the freezer at all times--it numbs them --they can bite on it all they want and it catches the drool!
    kakihararocks@gmail.com

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  148. Lots of great ideas. We used a chilled teething ring.

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  149. My tweet: http://twitter.com/njhhb/statuses/81394131586396162

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  150. I have always used baby orajel and also a cool teething ring, or whatever your baby likes :D

    justine417@comcast.net

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  151. I tweeted

    http://twitter.com/ShesAnAngel417/status/81395622762131456

    justine417@comcast.net

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  152. We use to let our girls chew on a freeze pop. Thank you!
    crystalfaulkner2000 at yahoo dot com

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  153. We used clove oil on their gums to help

    ardy22 at earthlink dot net

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  154. tweet
    http://twitter.com/#!/Ardy22/status/81403343628550144
    ardy22 at earthlink dot net

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  155. Teething rings and popsicles seem to help Riley. He has 4 teeth so far.

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  156. Tweet:
    http://twitter.com/heatherzilla8/status/81420599204921345

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  157. A frozen wash cloth has been our best solution so far.
    willitara [at] gmail [dot] com

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  158. I don't actually have any kids, but I know my mom used to use a bag of crushed ice in a zippy that she made out of terry cloth.
    Angie
    14earth at gmail dot com

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  159. I tweeted here:
    http://twitter.com/#!/FotoMacro/status/81447773433638912
    Angie
    14earth at gmail dot com

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  160. My mom used orajel, and I've used orajel on my niece and the babies I've fostered.

    runningmatey at hotmail dot com

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  161. Perched on my shoulder is what worked for the twins along with pacing and rocking.

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  162. I've used a frozen washcloth...
    Thanks for a chance to win!
    kmassmanATgmailDOTcom

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  163. A teething ring helps a lot.

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  164. I have always used massage to help ease the pain! I just rub around on their gums until I can tell it feels better!
    scott_amanda11 at hotmail dot com

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  165. I tweeted!

    http://twitter.com/#!/AmandaStarr/status/81522752468684800

    scott_amanda11 at hotmail dot com

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