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Old 07-22-2013, 05:33 AM   #1
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My mother always told me babies can be born with teeth. K's grandmother told me his aunt was teething at 2 months. Still I looked up babies teething early and ppl say their kids were teething as early as 4 and 5 weeks and had teeth by 4 months. I'm thinking K will be a case like that...

I was wondering if anybody has dealt with or heard of this ????
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I cant remember how early, but all my boys LOVED these rings



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Mine all started teeth early. I don't remember if it was the oldest or the twins who had a tooth at two months!
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Thanks MB I will look into those and wow 2 months ?? He'll be 2 months in two weeks dont think he'll be sprouting teeth by then but I hope they hurry up so we can get thru this fussiness. Thanks for the info.
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How long do they normally go through the teething process? I feel like my daughter has been teething for a while but there is still nothing, so im not sure if she is actually teething or if its just a phase she is going through.
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Hello everybody,
My son is 7 months old and has been teething since he was 3 months,but his teeth haven't made any appearance yet. He can only eat pureed food, which can be very boring. I can see the outline of teeth on his gums but they haven't broken the gums. He is very nervous and I don't know what to do. I have searcjed online and I have found article about how to soothe teething baby. They recommend teething necklace and frozen washclothes. What is your opinion?
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