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When did your lo's first tooth arrive?

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Midge25 Wed 01-Oct-08 21:29:51

My dd, 8m, still hasn't got any... My own mum says she can't remember when I got my first one!

PinkPussyCat Wed 01-Oct-08 21:31:28

ds was 6 months. But it is VERY variable so don't worry. Some babies are born with their first tooth!

JuneBugJen Wed 01-Oct-08 21:32:16

7weeks. Ouch as breastfeeding.

LittleMissNorty Wed 01-Oct-08 21:33:19

My DD was 8 months.....some don't get any until 12 months....plenty of time yet smile

Hulababy Wed 01-Oct-08 21:33:25

13 months, then came in wrong order. Middle bottom two didn't come for ages!

BigBadMousey Wed 01-Oct-08 21:35:02

DD1 and DD2 - 9.5 months

Fizzylemonade Wed 01-Oct-08 21:44:12

ds1 23 weeks and ds2 7 months! I have friends that had babies who were over 1 year old!!! They looked really funny, all gummy grin

peachsmuggler Wed 01-Oct-08 21:47:30

13 weeks but know someone who had none at 1. Don't worry, it's not a problem.

MrsBates Wed 01-Oct-08 21:49:05

TODAY!

Midge25 Wed 01-Oct-08 21:49:30

Ah bless. She's not alone then! I quite like her gummy grin...will miss it when the first tooth arrives!

MrsBates Wed 01-Oct-08 21:50:29

She is 6 months - same age as her big sis and bro when theirs popped out. I have a friend who was born with 6 teeth and one whose baby still has none at 10 months. I must have very average babes.

Hulababy Wed 01-Oct-08 21:51:33

DD was a walking, talking (quite fluently too) gummy 1 year old. Very cute No teeth didn;t hinder her ability to talk or eat anything though.

MrsBates Wed 01-Oct-08 21:52:18

I like gummy grins too. Also sweet neat milk teeth - my eldest is nearly 5 - when will she get gaps and big teeth? I will so be sad to have that tooth fairy hanging about here every 5 minutes.

chunkychips Wed 01-Oct-08 21:53:09

ds got his first one well after his first birthday and dd is the same. She's still only got six, with two molars half way through now and she's 21 months. Was getting worried, but they seem to be coming very slowly.

PinkPussyCat Wed 01-Oct-08 21:53:53

Oh I so miss ds's gummy grinsad

JuneBugJen Wed 01-Oct-08 21:54:44

I always want to make little dentures for big gummy babies...just to see what they would look like.
A bit like this I think...grin

Hulababy Wed 01-Oct-08 21:55:07

MrsBates - DD is 6 and no mising teeth yet. She is only one on her Y2 class not to have lost a toth.

MrsBates Wed 01-Oct-08 21:59:27

OK. I will enjoy her lovely baby smile for a bit longer. My nana used to tie bits of thread to my wobbly teeth, then tie the other end to a door handle and slam the door to yank the tooth out. A bit complicated but I enjoyed the drama. Wonder if I'll be doing that?

teddycat Thu 02-Oct-08 08:48:09

my baby got his last weekend, four days before he was 8 months old and he got his bottom two at the same time, I saw them literally within 3 hours of each other, it was a relief as i swear he's been teething since he was 3 months.

Soph73 Thu 02-Oct-08 09:51:40

Hulababy - my DS1 will be 6 on Sunday and he still hasn´t lost any teeth yet and just like your DD he´s the only one in Y2 not to have lost a tooth. DS2 is 5 months and doesn´t have any teeth yet although is dribbling a lot and constantly jamming his fist in his mouth and chewing on his thumb.

SlartyBartFast Thu 02-Oct-08 09:56:33

ds1 was 4 months, eons ago, can't remember any one else blush probably the same.

missblythe Thu 02-Oct-08 10:02:21

DD was 11 months, then got about 1 a month until they were all here.

bababelle Thu 02-Oct-08 11:01:43

DD is 10 months this week and still hasn't got any. She seems to have been teething forever though. Is it true that if they come later they tend to come several at a time?

hana Thu 02-Oct-08 11:04:37

dd3 got her first tooth at about 13 months, still pretty gappy at 2

dd1 has lost 1 tooth, she's 7. desperate to loose more!

wasabipeanut Thu 02-Oct-08 11:07:22

Mine is 13 mo and he is just cutting his first one now! It's one of the top ones btw.

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