Serena Williams Admits Her Daughter's Teething Is Ruining Her Life

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Earlier this month, she took to Twitter seeking advice in regards to breastfeeding, writing, 'Fellow moms: How long did you breastfeed? Good news is that it only lasts a short time!

"Teething- aka the devil - is so hard", Williams wrote.

The former world number has not played any competition since then and is likely to make a comeback in Melbourne for the first time since giving birth to baby girl, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr., in September.

Serena said that her daughter, who "never cries, ' 'cried so much" that she 'had to hold her until she fell asleep'.

Williams continued in another tweet: "Nothing is working".

Williams, who has more than 10 million followers, wrote on Monday, that she was "so stressed" and that "it's breaking my heart". And with so much teething advice swirling around the internet, including old family remedies and all-natural approaches, there's just. a lot of information to take in, not all of which is helpful.

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'I nearly need my mom, ' Serena wrote of her mother, Oracene Price, 'to come and hold me to sleep cause I'm so stressed'.

"This is every single new parent". We've all been there.

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"Something poetic about motherhood being hard even for the greatest athlete in the world", one user aptly put. When the athlete shared her breastfeeding experience on Twitter sometime back, she received touching messages including from A-listers like Audra McDonald. Williams asked. "Is it weird that I get emotional when I even just think about when it's time to stop?"

Julie Wilson and Amy Livingstone, founders of Cheeky Chompers, provided The Independent with their top tips for calming a baby that's teething. It also helps to rub the baby's gums and dry their drool to prevent skin irritation.

Dealing with a teething baby is tough - even for a tennis star.

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