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Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Saturday, January 13, 2018 | 0 comments
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Image: Photo Credit: Smiling baby face, by Mojpe on PixabayGreat idea for your baby book! Use this chart to keep track of your new baby's teeth.

Most babies begin to teethe when they are 4-6 months old, but there is no right answer.

Babies begin to teethe when they are as young as two months and others as old as a year.

It may take your baby up to 3 weeks to cut a single tooth. Once the process begins, it will continue until all 20 baby teeth have come in, usually by the age of 3 years, although every baby is different.

Printable Baby Teeth Chart -- Baby Teeth Chart shows you the name and number of each tooth and when you can expect it to erupt. Fill in each line with the date the tooth starts to come in. Once the chart is full it is a great addition to your baby's scrap book!

Baby Tooth Chart -- This chart lets parents track the order in which a child's baby teeth came in and/or were lost.

9+ Baby Teeth Chart Templates -- Not only do these charts inform you about every stage your baby is going through, they also shows detailed changes expected from their bodies. This includes when exactly baby teeth come and go.

The Bump Tool: Teething Chart -- Keep track of when and where baby's teeth come in with this adorable chart! Print off two — one for your doctor, and one for the baby book.

Baby Teeth Chart - 4 free templates -- Download free printable Baby Teeth Chart samples in PDF, Word and Excel formats.

6+ Sample Baby Teeth Chart Templates -- Teeth vary in shape according to the location and size of the jaw. The first Teeth Charts of the baby emerge between 4 to 7 months. The differences help the teeth to chew, smile and speak. The face is given the shape and form with the help of teeth.

Baby teething chart from Huggies -- Your baby's first tooth is a momentous occasion. Here's a keepsake that you can print and personalize for your baby as a permanent record of when each tooth popped through and any of your teething memories.

Baby Teething Chart – Order of teeth appearance -- Download the Baby Teething Chart that shows the typical order of baby teeth appearance in babies and infants – allowing you to track your child's progress..

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