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#1 of 1 Old 12-31-2007, 11:07 PM - Thread Starter
 
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My DS will be turning 1 on Saturday, and in addition to BF now is eating all kinds of finger foods. We've been making the switch from foods prepared especially for him to just giving him whatever we're having.

Yesterday, my DH made some awesome turkey burgers, including a little one which DS devoured. It was heavily seasoned, especially with garlic. When we woke up this morning, his breath about knocked me over! We went out right away and got some kids' toothpaste. We had been brushing his 8 teeth, but up to now only with water.

Ah, I remember the newborn days, when I loved to feel his breath on my face, with the sweet smell of mommy's milk.

Anyone else have a moment when they realized their baby was becoming a toddler "in just a breath?"

Progressive working mom to one Delightful Son, 1/07
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