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very close to loosing first tooth
Iocasta posted:
One of Levi's lower central teeth is very loose and we can see the adult tooth right behind it. I am assuming it will be out before Christmas. I think that this may have to be a $10 tooth being the first and at Christmas. He is so excited.
Baby1at35 responded:
Very exciting!

Henry is close to losing his front tooth it has been loose for awhile. Makes me want to break out with
"All I want for Christmas is my 2 front teeth"...LOL
Me (42) 2 busy boys 6 yrs and 5 yrs
Laney0705 responded:
One of Ryder's top teeth is semi-loose. It wiggles a little bit. I think it's mostly b/c he keeps wiggiling it. Most of his friends have lost teeth and he really wants to lose a tooth. I'm thinking it's not going to happen till after his bday in February though.
VicsEandJ responded:
Please post a picture of him once it falls out. IMO some of the best childhood pictures are the big smailes with missing teeth! MY DC will hate me once theers start to fall out b/c I'll have my camera in their faces a lot!
ryanandleigh responded:
DS really is ready to lose a tooth...many of his friends have and they have a special board in his class that you get to put your name on when you lose a tooth....But none of his teeth are even loose.
Leigh, Jacen (6), Alexa (3)
Stephensmom1214 responded:
How exciting!!! We've had 6 visits from the tooth fairy already (and he won't be 5 until tomorrow!), with 4 permanent teeth in. These little guys look so adorable with their missing teeth!
Patty, Erik, and Stephen (12/14/06)

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