Is it weird that…

…Emmeline doesn’t have any teeth yet??

We can’t even feel any points of teeth starting to through. Nothing.

I don’t see how we’re supposed to progress beyond semi-mushy food until she gets at least one tooth.

And while we’re wondering, is it weird that Jack only has two and is going to be one year old in a couple of weeks? At least I know he HAS teeth — we saw them on the MRI.

What if Emmeline was born with no teeth in her head? Of course I’ve googled it, and I can’t find anything about it, but THAT DOESN’T MEAN IT CAN’T HAPPEN.

katie - December 5, 2011 - 8:46 am

i asked d’s ped this question – about having no teeth – she said the later they get them, the stronger they tend to be, the later they loose their first set, and then the longer their second set will last 🙂

Lara Jo - December 5, 2011 - 8:52 am

Katie, you’re so sweet to read the blog. Thank you!

That makes me feel better. How old was she when she got her first teeth?

Sandy Pardys - December 5, 2011 - 3:19 pm

My kids didn’t get teeth until they were fairly close to a year. In fact, my younger daughter was walking before she had any teeth! She now has all the teeth she needs! And, as far as feeding them something that isn’t semi-mushy, you’d be amazed what kids can “gum.”

katie - December 6, 2011 - 1:01 pm

Danielle cut her first at 9 months, then a second just before her 1st birthday, then no more for months after that. And remember, their gums swell when they are cutting teeth, making it even HARDER to feel for them – and eating first birthday birthday cake is MUCH MORE FUN (read: messy) with no teeth – better pictures!

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