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    Default How many teeth?

    Pure curiosity, how many teeth does your 12-18 month old have?

    My DS3 is 14 months and still only 2 bottom pegs.

    Pretty sure my older boys had a few more by this age.

    Im not worried at all, just curious!

    I find it super cute that he's still mostly a gummy bear

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    My daughter is 12 months and has the two bottom ones only as well!

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    DD is 7 months and has 7 teeth through with 3 more erupting at the moment. My DS was the same.

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    Wow.... @wobbleyhorse

    It really varies doesn't it! How cute

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    DS is 16 months and has around 12 teeth. Once they started breaking through they just haven't stopped.

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    DD1 only had 2 bottom ones until 15 months. DD2 looks the same only 2 bottoms ones at nearly 1. It's been good they both seem to get 2 teeth at a time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LouLaa View Post
    Wow.... @wobbleyhorse

    It really varies doesn't it! How cute
    I know - both my kids had lots of teeth early. It's 'my' normal. Most of my friends with similar aged bubs have 1-4 teeth by 12 months.

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    DS2 is 12 months and has only one bottom one since 8 months.

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    DD is 16 months, has 2 bottom, 3 top and a molar. Looks like another 3 will pop out shortly

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    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.


 

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