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    Teething at 2 months?
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    luvmylilypad posted:
    My daughter just popped through two teeth at 9 weeks old. However they are not the front top or front bottoms. They are the top incisers maybe her canines they are pretty close to that area. Does anyone know what order their teeth come in? Has anyone else had experiences of early teething?
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    jminer333 responded:
    At 4 months my son woke up from a nap with 2 bottom teeth, now he has 6 teeth with a bunch more waiting to pop through. They say that the two middle bottom and top teeth usually appear first, but there is no "right" order for them to come in. Some babies are born with teeth already, so i wouldn't worry about it. Also, I have noticed that babies that start solid foods and using utensils earlier get teeth sooner.


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