Levi's front teeth needed to be out weeks ago. He just won't touch them. They were barely hanging in there. Well yesterday we had his cleaning and I had the dentist pull them. As I picked him up from school , all of his friends were giving me suggestions on how to get them out of his. It was pretty funny. He was really good about the dentist pulling them. It was no big deal since they were so loose. He could make them do karate. I took a video of that. Here are before and after photos.
As you can see the adult teeth have already cut through.
I LOVE when kids lose the front two teeth....Michael's are VERY loose right now. They kind of go off to the side now with a space in between....I squeeze them back to where they belong all the time haha. But he doesn't play with his and they will never fall out!
Me (29), DH (31), DS1 - Michael (6) and DS2 - Nathan (3 - severe peanut allergy and an egg allergy)
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