When did your DC get their final four baby molars?

(17 Posts)
notcitrus Sat 17-Nov-12 04:38:15

Ds had them by 2.3 as I was dreading the whole 2-year molar thing after BIL telling me about dn having a terrible time, I asked the dentist if they looked like coming down soon, and he said all four were already there! Never noticed!

Now if only dd would get her teething done...

PoisonMountain Sat 17-Nov-12 00:49:58

DS is nearly 3 and doesn't have the top ones.

fragola Sat 17-Nov-12 00:37:38

DS1 had all of his teeth by just 18 months. DS2 is 23 months and his last 4 haven't started coming through yet.

No, I tell a lie, it was more like 30 months. Getting them mixed up.

About 23 months, at which point he began sleeping through!

BabydollsMum Wed 14-Nov-12 22:35:10

That's why I'm a bit surprised, Funny. DD only cut her first tooth at 8 months too so has been on the later side generally. She does have massive red cheeks though so that's another indicator...

FunnysInLaJardin Wed 14-Nov-12 22:16:14

DS2 is 2.9 and is just getting his. Lots of drool and red cheeks. DS1 was quite a lot earlier. I think it depends when they start teething. DS1 started at 4 months and has 4 adult teeth at 6 with two more on their way. DS2 didn't get his first tooth until 8 months

AngelDog Wed 14-Nov-12 22:13:53

DS started at 18 months, had them all by 21 months.

CecilyP Wed 14-Nov-12 21:52:57

DS got the last 2 bottoms at 24 months and last 2 tops at 26 months after a break of 8 months. They all come through no problems.

duchesse Wed 14-Nov-12 21:16:56

DD3 had all her baby by the age of 2. Surprisingly, after really suffering the canines and first molars, the second ones just sneaked in without a squeak.

BabydollsMum Wed 14-Nov-12 21:16:45

Oh boy. wine

Girlsville Wed 14-Nov-12 21:11:35

Dd1 is 2.9 and still has her last two to get.other two came through only last month and she suffered a lot!

DS started his at 20 months and (I think) has just finished them at 2years and 2 weeks. Thank Christ no more teething!

BabydollsMum Wed 14-Nov-12 20:59:05

Ah, maybe it is then. Thanks. Of course that's preferable to hand, foot & mouth. Trouble is, we're seeing a sleep specialist in a couple of weeks as she's got so bad not sleeping through but if it's teething then there's not much we can do about it I guess...

CarpeJugulum Wed 14-Nov-12 20:55:50

25 mo and going through the same...

AnyaKnowIt Wed 14-Nov-12 20:55:49

DD is just getting her last 2 and she has just turned 20 months

BabydollsMum Wed 14-Nov-12 20:54:10

Just interested because DD's 21 months and has a temp, is drooling, not sleeping at all to the point I've actually started hallucinating and getting sleep-deprivation-induced heart palpitations and she's off her food a bit. We've had a lovely gap in the teething but I thought the last four generally came in a bit later, like after 2.

Really hoping it's not the start of hand, foot & mouth as was suggested by a friend of mine. Any thoughts? Thanks!

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