Is it always the front teeth that come through first? My 11 week old son (12 tomorrow) has been grizzly for two days. I just tried my last idea of giving him a teether from the freezer and he's chomping away and finally gone quiet.
I've looked in his mouth and can't see anything where his front teeth would be, but a big white lump where his back teeth would be? Could that be the problem?
Is there a normal order (front/back/top/bottom)? Or could this be his back tooth coming through first??
Normally it's front teeth [top and bottom] then the ones right next to them [top and bottom] then canines then molars or something similar icr. But I believe they can also be random there's a lot of vampire babies on here for example who had canines first lol
That shows the usual order and times but as with all things baby theyre all different and don't do things by the book! I'd say if it was right at the back that would be less likely tho if they're usually last to come through..
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