We had the dentist called at 7:30 and he was in by 8:30. Luckily, he just chipped them- no damage (so it appears) to the tooth itself. So we went home where he preceded to do not one but TWO more face plants this week resulting in more blood. AWK!!! How do I teach this kid to land on his hands???
We had an appointment this morning to have sealants placed on his chipped teeth to avoid any bacteria getting into the tooth and any sensitivity. We can't do anything about the shape of them until he gets older and his teeth get bigger. So for now, his teeth appropriately fit his nickname, Bubba, and we have decided he will make an adorable Dracula for Halloween!!
Ignore the mashed potatoes on his cheek and the corn in his mouth and notice the broken right tooth (his right)? Shaped like a horseshoe? His left is also chipped. Ugh...those pretty baby teeth.
So, despite the trauma of messing up his teeth and going to the dentist TWICE (I'm talking about me here), he still kept us in stitches this week. Luckily I caught him on tape for these two incidences:
HE wanted in to play with these balls so bad....
My Bubba likes to dance. Typically it's to the Wiggles, but if anything is on the tube with a good beat- he stops & dances.
two points if you can name the show....
Someday it will be a funny story and yes, the mis-shapen teeth will give him character.....I know...it hasn't stopped him, why should it stop me?