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Old 08-16-2006, 02:08 AM - Thread Starter
 
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No teeth and no sign of teeth!
How many others of you have experienced this?
When did those teeth finally start coming? Did they all come at once?
My son got his at 3 months, but they've got different daddies and that seems to be making a big difference in this department!
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Old 08-16-2006, 02:22 AM
 
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Well my son had all his before he turned one...
Although your child may not be showing any signs of teeth they could be planning to all "break through" around the same time...

This won't be fun for you, but hey, he/she will have teeth!!

Chances are they will pop up within a few months.. they are probably just taking thier sweet time..
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Mine only had two teeth at 13 months. I don't remember when the rest came in, but it was all at once (boy was she mean that week). I think around 17/18 months?

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Old 08-16-2006, 10:24 AM
 
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My girls were 13 mos old before they got teeth. No big deal. My boys were 6 mos old and 11 mos old when they got teeth.
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My dd didn't have any teeth until 12 months. She got one at a time for a while until a couple of weeks ago, when she started cutting 3 molars and two top teeth at the same time. Boy, that's been a bear!
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My DD had none by 12 M.....Then she got 4 at once!!!!!!
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My DS just cut his first tooth this week, the day after he turned 12 months. He has one other close behind, but that's it so far. It's strange when they're toothless for so long!

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My son got two teeth around that age. Now at 17mths, he still only has two teeth.
I think he's teething every day and then nothing.
He's just grumpy I guess. He's lucky he's sooo cute
It really just seems to depend on the kids. All of them seem sooo different.
No right or wrong.
I hear the later they get their teeth, the stronger teeth they end up having.
Don't know if that's true or not.
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The day after her birthday, we noticed the 1st tooth. 3 days later, a second tooth. None since then.

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hey, let me tell you why that's good news... the later the teeth erupt, the more enamel the have and the less likelihood of dental problems!
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