My four week old baby has started drooling a lot. He also has been blowing little tiny bubbles out of his mouth. Is this normal?
I’m not going to lie… It is pretty cute :) But, I just wanted to make sure it wasn’t something to call the doctor about…

awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwI think he may be entertaining himself; if this keeps going on though, when he’s older, I’d take him to a doctor. How do you know if your baby is teething? Look for these seven signs. 1. Biting more than usual Your baby will become a vampire! Bite, bite, bite on anything from plastic spoons, to toys to your breast! I find that Griffin likes hard plastic things to chew on the best. Of course, there’s a plethora of teething toys on the market which may also help. 2. Excessive drool When babies are still newborns, they drool a ton since they’re still learning how to swallow their saliva. Fast forward to teething, the drooling starts again (or never stops in some cases) because the body creates extra saliva to lubricate the tender and bulging gums. 3. Fussier than usual, especially at night Babies who once slept through the night may now wake up several times for comfort. In the quiet hours of night, a baby often feels the teething pain more because there’re fewer distractions. 4. Disturbances in sleep patterns Because of the teething discomfort, babies will usually nap less and wake up earlier in the morning. Fun times for all involved! 5. Fever, rashes, cough, and diarrhea Although some doctors disagree, many mamas detect a slight fever (under 100 degrees) in their babies when teeth are imminent. Additionally, the extra drool can cause facial rashes, chafing, and coughing since it pools at back of throat. Some babies even develop diaper rash and diarrhea. 6. Decreased appetite When babies are in pain, they generally don’t want to eat, especially since it triggers their

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