Tired of Uncomfortable, Teething Baby? Mom From California Shared a Simple Yet Clever Hack

It can be tough for any parents to see their babies going through the painful and uncomfortable process of teething. No one likes to see their infants crying for pain so parents would naturally want to do anything that can relieve the teething babies.

There are a lot of products available on the market today to help babies get through the teething process but this hack shared by a smart mother from California is going viral.

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[Image Credit: Kitty Cat Kiss / Youtube]

Simple Yet Effective

Emelia Jackson has the perfect trick to comfort a teething baby and the process is very simple and easy.

Just fill up a pacifier with some water and toss it in the freezer for a few hours to solidify. Your little one will surely be content with the cold pinky.

This may seem pretty obvious to do but sometimes, some of the best solutions and most effective solutions are the simplest.

[Image Credit: Emelia Jackson / Facebook]
[Image Credit: Emelia Jackson / Facebook]

[Image Credit: Emelia Jackson / Facebook]
[Image Credit: Emelia Jackson / Facebook]

Mothers are Following the Trend

Most babies will begin sprouting their first set of teeth between four to seven months. During these times, your child may suffer from irritability, drooling, sensitive and swollen gums, chewing or gnawing, troubles sleeping and refusing to eat.

The frozen pacifier works by numbing the aching pain on the baby by cooling the gum. Because a lot of mothers are following the trend, the post went viral and was shared 114,413 times with more than 38,000 comments ad 23,000 likes.

The teething hack shared by a mother from United States became viral. [Image Credit: Emelia Jackson / Facebook]
[Image Credit: Emelia Jackson / Facebook]

A lot of parents also tagged each other in the post.

So if you can find these cheap, easy hack then why not? Us mamas got to stick together, so I’m glad it’s helped a few people.

You may worry that the pacifier is bad for the baby. Emelia uses Phillips Avent’s Soothie line of pacifiers, the same line that a lot of hospitals use for infants.