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6 months? 8 months?

Posted by Nid, 1st December 2016

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  • I didn’t notice the age they just came out when they were ready but you can tell when he/she is teething they will start nibbling on things

  • around 7 months.

  • Both of my children showed signs of teething around the three month mark (chewing on bibs, dummies, fingers, nipple etc) but this is quite early, and not the norm.

  • My older 2 were 4 months old and my youngest was 7-8 months old when he started

  • Mine were around 7 months, I think that’s average, but some are early and some are later

  • I think 6 months is average, but all kids are different!

  • My daughter started teething at 9 weeks old and she is just about 6 months old and cut one a few days ago :)

  • My first was 6 months and my youngest had one at 3 months old. It went back up, shes now 9 months old and still not a single tooth.

  • First baby didn’t really teeth, he didn’t even use all the teething products i bought, including sofie!
    Where as my second started at 2 months or so, but the teeth have only just popped up at 8months! He chews on everything. Remember the teeth can unfortunately go up & down, so thats why it feels like they have been teething forever – good luck

  • 3 months old

  • My youngest got her first tooth at about 7 months but my eldest cut 4 teeth in one week at 11 months

  • My bub is 4 months and his tooth is about to break through.

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