And so we enter the phase of life that we all wish we could have avoided. Ages 7-16.
Also known as that awkward not-all-my-teeth-fit-in-my-mouth stage. I imagine we'll emerge (hopefully victorious) around age 16. We've already been informed that braces are highly likely and we've started a savings fund for it.
Yeah, did God really know what he was doing when he planned on all our teeth falling out and growing back in? Then again, I look at Tyler's HUGE teeth and try to imagine those growing into his little baby mouth and it all makes sense once again.
I was reading your comment on "Nesting Place" and wanted to read more. I live in the Orlando area too! Three kids here, 12, 10, and 8.
Some of you kid posts cracked me up!
I'll be back!
PS. . . We take booger, booboo, and silly photos of our kids too!
LOL - We're in Longwood too!
434 & 17/92
I bet she'll have a heck of a time chewing ARTISAN bread with that gap.
she couldn't eat an apple this afternoon.
Cute! The holes are cute- until there are millions of them...
Kyle hasn't been able to eat an apple, corn on the cob, or anything of the like (including Artisan bread) for 2 years now! But you already know my feelings about when his adult teeth actually come in. *sigh*
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