Evie's been drooling non stop since early December. She's been showing pretty much all the other signs and symptoms of teething for a while, too. But no sign of teeth buds until yesterday. Yesterday I felt in her mouth and had to take a look.. she has a tooth on the brink of erupting. But it's not a lower center. It's also not a top center. Not even a lateral! It's a freaking canine! Everything I've read suggests that the order "should" (but not always) goes lower centers, upper centers, upper laterals, lower laterals, then molars and THEN canines. I suppose there is a chance still that it will go back up into hiding (it's an upper) and wait until the proper time, but it's so close to popping through that I feel if I push hard enough on the gums that it will break through. :ouch:
Anyone else deal with out of order teething before? I'm tempted to call my dentist today and pick her brain about it. This is crazy!