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According to this Audrina has got all of her teeth early so far... and some out of order. All she had left to come in are her second molars and her bottom left canine cuspid and she's 15 months.

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Teething for babies normally starts from 6 months of age. However, it can be anytime between 3 months and 5 months. The lower front teeth comes first; they are called as lower central incisors. You're supposedly to see 20 primary teeth of your baby at the age of 3. Apart from that as a parent, you should know how to take care of your baby's teeth properly so that remains clean, strong, and cavity-free. Learn here the details about baby teeth order and its care.

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Parent's Guide to baby teeth

This is a good chart. Although, I think the teeth are smiling because they find it funny how miserable they make everyone. 9 months old, and Sophia already has 6 teeth! Poor sweet baby has been miserable the past few nights!

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The first set of baby teeth is called primary teeth (also known as milk teeth or deciduous teeth). Description from babygotteeth.weebly.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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*classical music plays in background of the bottom scene*

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Transitioning from Purees to Solids

. Is your baby ready for solid food? You are going to know this better then anyone else because there is no specific age they need to be in order to start eating solid ...

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The Most Helpful Kids' Tooth Loss Chart

The most helpful kids' tooth loss chart you'll ever see - hilarious! Forget WHEN your kids' teeth will come out, this is what parents REALLY need to know!

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