Sending my eldest son to school for the first time was both exciting and nerve-wracking for him. Joe kept talking about going to school ever since he turned four, so I knew he was happy when the day finally came. I, on the other hand, was just worried. It would be the first time he would be under the care of a person I didn’t know. Would his teachers treat him right? Would he be able to find friends? These questions ran through my head.
Days before

I was one day desperately looking for my now-12-year old daughter’s used school uniform before I do the laundry. I ended up texting her, asking where it is or if she hid it somewhere or anything for an answer. The reply I received – “OMG, IDEK”. I had no idea what this seven letters means. I raced onto Hello Baby Bump to try and find some answers. Is it a riddle? Is it a part of the house? It sounded like a character from the movie Star Trek to me. I was frantically searching for an answer so I texted her again and asked. I found out that it me

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Being a mom lets you experience a lot of wonderful things. Hearing your baby’s first cry, the moment you first touch him, those endless cuddles, seeing your baby smile for the first time will send you to the rainbows. However, it’s not always going to be happy experiences. When your little one is teething, you’ll find that things could be harder for you and your baby.
Early Signs
Joe started to teeth on his fourth month, Ann on her third month. I somehow figured that the to