Army wife - Mama to Liam (9/07), Laine (5/09), and Eliza (7/11)
Dd's teeth stayed intact (although they gave her an 85% chance of losing both) and fell out several weeks prior to her adult teeth emerging.
Mama to A (12), Z (11), H (9), C (5), A (3) and 4 angels.
Hey Katie - I'd love to hear an update about what happened with your son's tooth! My 3 1/2 year old fell last week and bumped her mouth and at the time I didn't think much of it as she cried for only a bit and was easily distracted - no bleeding or bruising. However I noticed last night that one of her top front teeth is a little bit loose. She seems FAR too young for a real loose tooth, especially a top one, and when I touched it she said, "No, that's my hurt tooth." I will call the dentist this week (of course I discovered this on a Friday night!) but I am curious if your son kept his tooth. It's not discolored and the gum looks normal, it's just a bit more "wiggly" than the other teeth. I am worried about it, of course, and I'm also concerned because (confession alert) she still uses her pacifier for nap and night and if the tooth will firm back up, I hope it won't be sticking out further!
Maybe I'm overthinking this - how did your tooth saga resolve?
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