pointless toothy thread :)

Discussion in 'Toddler & Pre-School' started by Ang1873, Nov 16, 2011.

  1. Ang1873

    Ang1873 Mum to amazing wee girl.

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    just found tooth number 11!!!

    she has been so so good at producing teeth :happydance:

    apart having a hellish time with her top 2 front ones we've had no problems whatsoever, i'm so proud of her!

    she's tiny and has no hair so she's obviously putting all her effort into growing teeth!! :haha:

    just curious - how many teeth does/did your Lo have at this age?

    i will say though she's still not great and knowing how to use them, still eating pretty smooth food :dohh:
     
  2. OmarsMum

    OmarsMum Well-Known Member
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    Aww, bless her. Omar had 4 teeth only at that age. He had his 1st tooth 1 week after his birthday.
     
  3. RachA

    RachA Well-Known Member

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    Ah bless her. She's been really good to you cutting them nicely. We were fortunate too. I never had to give either of mine calpol/nurafen for teething - just had a couple of nights when they woke up a few times.

    I can't remember exactly but i think DS had most if not all by your lo's age.

    Esther has 10 both top and bottom but number 20 is still growing - it's about half way out at the moment.
     
  4. Hellodoris

    Hellodoris Mum to one & one cooking.

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    Miss E had 8 teeth at 13months... This week we have had 3 pop through and I can see the next one waiting in the wings. At about 7/8 months she got 6 teeth in 7 weeks and that was the most horrendous time.. Teething doesn't really seem to bother her all that much now, apart from increased night wakings. (not f ond)

    I love big toothy grins :D
     
  5. moomoo

    moomoo Mumma to 2 & 1 in heaven!

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    He had 16 by 14 months, and now has all 20 :D
     
  6. lucy_x

    lucy_x Mummy To Two Stunners

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    Bless her!,My LO is 3 months older than yours and only has 7 teeth! so your LO seriously is putting all her growing skills ino teeth :cloud9:
     
  7. MadamRose

    MadamRose Mummy to 2 and cautiously pregnant with #3

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    My DD has 16 teeth and is 13months had 16 since 12months
     
  8. babyjiva

    babyjiva 1st baby

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    she's has 8 right now but seems to be cutting at least two more. she's a teething mess right now and to be honest, it almost seems like she's cutting more than 2, but 2 i'm sure of.
     
  9. 2805

    2805 Well-Known Member

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    My Lo has number 12 on the way!....top molar. Hes not been too bad however he sounds so chesty and hes really snotty, the same thing happened when he got his bottom molars too :(
     
  10. Ang1873

    Ang1873 Mum to amazing wee girl.

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    interesting 2805

    sarah had a cold a couple of weeks back and is still really chesty and snotty too - i was thinking about taking her to docs as it hasn't cleared up, never thought it could be down to teething.
     
  11. x__amour

    x__amour Mommy.

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    ONE! :lol:

    Got it 18 days before her 1st birthday!
     
  12. xJG30

    xJG30 Tom & Mummy <3

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    Congrats :wohoo:
     

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