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    6.5mths to the day..same day she started crawling so it was a very exciting day here!

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    DS is almost 9 months and he's just cut his first tooth. I dread the rest.

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    I think DD was about 12 months when she got her first teeth. I was worried about it as well but every now and then you could see the glimmers of white under her gum so you knew teeth were there. She now has 8 teeth and she is almost 20 months - so she has her top two, her two top canines, her two bottom teeth and she just cut two top molars. I check her mouth every now and then and cant see anymore coming through but I reckon they are there!

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    16 months, and she got her molars first

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    Quote Originally Posted by shellandliv84 View Post
    16 months, and she got her molars first
    Wow! I actually would be happy with this, we are on holidays in 8wks and Murphy's law his first teeth will sprout that week so we can wait until 16mths too

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    DD1 - 3.5 months

    DS - 6 months

    DD2 - 5 months

    All mine have cut all their front teeth in pairs.

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    DD's 1st was 3 months and is now 8 months and has 5 nearly 6 teeth.

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    Both of mine were around 15 months old, the dentist told us anything over 12 months is considered delayed teething but has no negative impact. Our DS did not loose his first tooth until he was nearly 7, DD is 6 in a month with no signs of wobbly teeth yet. The only downside for us is DS needs orthodontic work (braces for overcrowding) but we need to wait for him to lose all his baby teeth - he still has at least 8 to go, the orthodontist estimates he will be 14-15 yrs old when he has his full set of adult teeth so on the upside we have heaps of time to save for the dental bills!!

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    My DD was 10 months / 6.5 months corrected when both of her bottom front teeth came through. She's now 13.5 months and has 6


 

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