Great 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.
Click for free baby tooth chart
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