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    Teething chart: tips for mothers! #babyteeth #teething

  • Jimalee Murphy

    good to know! andiejo22 kid stuff

  • Tiawania Zajac

    baby teeth chart | baby tooth chart

  • Aileen Shields-Willis

    An interesting teething chart so you know when your kiddos may get a new tooth... good handout for parents

  • asra wasim

    Baby stuff

  • Tammy Brandt

    For parents of little ones - here is a teeth chart that shows the average age primary (baby) teeth come in.

  • Kale Rovner

    Nice for parents to know. Both of my girls were way ahead of schedule, but it's pretty cool to know this for any future kiddos.

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  • Lisa Duck

    My son was only 4 months old when he got his first 2 teeth at the same he is 6months and has 2 more comming in poor baby

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Teething Chart... Good to know...if your child gets their teeth when predicted anyways! We are at 16.5 months old and still working on tooth #4! LOL!

  • Jessica Taylor

    My son is a few days shy of 1 yr and he has upper and lower incisors already(all 8). Has had them since about 10 mo old. And his first molars are already budding up.

  • Randi Huckabee

    It's the ORDER in which the teeth appear that matters most. Not the age

  • Jessica Taylor

    Just makes for a cranky kid when they are constantly teething

  • Rebecca Jalina

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  • Lara Edwards

    I've got a three month old with two bottom teeth.

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Baby on a Budget – The Barest Bare Essentials (plus the author is hysterical and REAL!)

When we first brought our daughter home from the hospital, I knew things wouldn't always be easy, but I never anticipated I'd struggle with something as simple as getting a toothbrush into her mouth. Thankfully, I came up with 7 easy and effective strategies to help with tooth-brushing struggles, and we're slowly (but surely!) making progress.

AT! This is for the boys. The rainbow is for me. ☺