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    Default Baby teeth

    Just wondering what age your child/children we when they lost their first tooth.
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    Ds was 5yrs and 1 month, lost his second 8 weeks later, and third and fourth also by 5yrs 10months. All 4 are bottom teeth interesting enough. He turns 6 next week and has 2 wobbly top teeth, so I expect them to be out shortly after he has turned 6. There are kids in his class though that are almost 7, and still haven't lost a tooth...

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    Very interested as my DD has a dead tooth due to a fall, so keen to know how long I can expect her black tooth to be around lol

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    DD was 5 years and 3 months. She lost her second tooth a few weeks later.

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    So any time now I guess. Hmmm I don't think DS will realize to be honest, and I am a bit worried about that. He has been hewing everything lately, like a baby when they are teething, so I'll have to keep an eye on his teeth.

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    He will realize, they get very very wobbly and they hurt like hell when they bite down on something and they wobble the wrong way.


 

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