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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    DS is nearly 16 months and has 12.

    8 front teeth and 4 molars. He's teething again so he will likely get his bottom eye teeth next.
    Our boys are quite similar!
    DS is just getting one bottom eye tooth now and we think molars too. DH was speaking to my SIL today and mentioned DS has gone off eating meat. She suggested it might be molars. Daycare said something similar yesterday so it might be

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    Ds is 15 months and has 16 teeth.

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    DS3 is 17 months and has 5. He has had five for 4 months!

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    DD is 19 and a half months, and I think she has all but her second molars.

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    my boy is nearly 17 months with 16 teeth

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    DS3 at 18 months had 8. He is now 21 months and has 12.

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    My DD is 11 months and no teeth yet!

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    My dd had 12 teeth at around 16 months and hasn't got anymore since. She'll be 2 in about 6 weeks.

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    Ds1 had 10 teeth on his first birthday with more ready to cut.

    Ds1 is not quite 14mnths and had 6. He's had these sin about 8/9mnths. Just seems to have stalled.

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    My DD is 15 months. She got 6 all in one week at 12 months, 4 up top, 2 on the bottom and now nothing since.
    At the same age my DS had about 12 already


 

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