Ruby Red Cheeks!

Tyoma in Stroller
Those cheeks are rosy since the little one’s been teething. I thought for sure he had Fifth’s disease, but intensive internet searches do have their benefits! Teething causes excess drool and excess rubbing of said drool, causing rosy cheeks. If redness becomes bumpy or spreads to your baby’s trunk, check with a doctor.

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