Thursday, June 28, 2007


Well, I am pretty sure Braeden is going to end up losing his front tooth after all. It is slowly starting to change color, and while I have not had experience with this, friends have told me stories of their children falling and having a tooth turn black and being pulled. We go to the dentist Tuesday, so we'll see what he says, but that is my guess. Poor Bubba! He still has a 2-3 years before those should come in so he'll be without a front tooth for a while! :( Bummer!!!


Julie said...

Awwwwwww- he may keep it and it just be a little brown= i have seen that before too- depends on the damage.

Robin said...

Well, he will be so cute either way!

I have a niece who tried to ride a child's toilet seat (the kind you set on the stool so their little butt's don't fall thru) down the steps in their house. Needless to say it didn't work so great and it ended up hitting her in the mouth. One of her front teeth has turned a darker color but as long as there is no pain, they are leaving it alone because she is so young (4) and they told my sil that if they pull it, it could really mess up how the rest of her teeth shift. (aka - braces and major mouth work later on). Good luck at the dentist. If it's not hurting him too much - i say leave it alone for now even if it turns a little dark.

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