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    poll: teeth
    jldevi posted:
    How old are your los and how many teeth does he/she have? My DS is 11 months and has 12 teeth, with 13 and 14 on their way in.
    jcotton4 responded:
    RJ is 9 months and has 8 teeth
    bridgettecoldwell replied to jcotton4's response:
    Hunter is 11 months and has 8 teeth and working on more!!!
    tempymae2007 responded:
    My LO is 11 mo. She has 2 bottom teeth and 4 top teeth. I think she is cutting more but I don't see anymore popping out. Her lack of teeth doesn't stop her from eating big girl food though. She loves to try everything we put in front of her, doesn't always like everything but atleast she tries.
    JMomma1 responded:
    DD is just 4 mos and is getting her first tooth!
    BoomBoomShaw responded:
    My LO is 10 months and we have 8 teeth.
    wannababy20082009 responded:
    10 months old here and only 2 teeth
    mami_of_twins responded:
    Wow lots of baby teeth... my twins are 11 months and one had his 2 bottom teeth, the other baby has his 2 bottom and the 2 front are cutting through.

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