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Have you tried brushing her teeth first thing in the morning and brushing right before bed? I give my 16 month old her own spinbrush and after a few minutes I will take it back and brush. If you think about it in the afternoon do it then too.
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Answer by Mother_18 at 9:34 AM on Feb. 22, 2009Credits: 0 Level 1
Take the pressure out & make it fun. Don't be right on top of her. Give her room. Let her hold the tooth brush herself. If she missed a spot several of the nights it's OK. She will have plenty of time to perfect brushing her teeth. Just don't do it for her. Praise her if she does it right. Kids only suffer from punitive words.
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