Give Your Baby Chilled FruitsOnce you’ve introduced your baby to solid foods, you can help soothe those sore gums with a tasty snack of chilled mashed bananas. Place the fruit in a mesh feeder, and give that to your baby to lick or suck on. With a mesh feeder, you can also experiment with other types of cooked fruit, such as apples, strawberries, mangoes, or ripe pears.
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Use a Cold Washcloth to Soothe Sore GumsTake a clean washcloth and submerge the corner in any fruit juice, and then place it in the fridge. Once cool, and give to your baby to chew on to help relieve those teething baby gums. However, don't leave your child unattended while she's sucking or chewing on the washcloth. For organic cotton towels that you can use for this purpose check our the ranges we have to offer here.
Massage Your Baby’s GumsYou can help provide some baby teething relief by carefully massaging those sore, little gums. After washing your hands, sit with your baby, and gently massage the gums in circular motions.