Saturday, January 24, 2009

Teeth





We have teeth issues. As you can see from the pictures above I have chosen to document our current teeth crisis. Poor Emma has been losing so many teeth she hardly has any left to eat with on the bottom. The mouth pictures were taken while she still had one lose tooth (a molar) and then the next week it came out. That's the top one. Aiden had some teeth taken out for crowding and his mouth is it's own piece of art. He will definitely be getting braces later in life. Izzy hasn't started yet but Aiden has his first top tooth loose. Here we go again...



Can I mention my frustration with Blogger? First I couldn't scoot my pictures down to write above them. Then, they don't display themselves on my draft. It's just the html. Then, they have changed the order in which they display themselves. For instance, the picture I download first is on bottom which may work out fine but is not how it used to work. I had a rhythm down and now I have to relearn how to do it correctly. And, by the way, again, I can't see which picture is where while I'm typing!!!

6 comments:

Phelps family said...

I have a similar problem with my upload order on blogger. The one that's at the top of the "upload photo" page is actually put at the bottom of the post. It didn't used to be like that, and I don't know why it changed, but it's been like that for a little while now.
Sorry about the future need for braces. Bummer. At least all three of them aren't loosing teeth left and right.

Eric and Tara said...

This toothy post reminds me- I have a dream of getting my teeth whitened. Wouldn't that be glorious? Not exactly a priority in the budget but I still dream of it.

ben said...

Tara,

AGF always told me that we should "dream big and let God fill in the gaps." Keep the dream alive for those white teeth because God helps those who help themselves.

Chezam said...

I was just wondering tonight as I brushed my daughter's teeth when she would begin to get her first loose tooth. She's five, but she was a very late teether as a baby... does this matter?

And yes, I still brush my daughter's teeth. I usually let her do it alone and then I double up and do it again for certainty's sake. Can you imagine Ella having to get any sort of procedure at the dentist? Catastrophic.

My word verification is "liqualo"--nice.

Jess said...

Poor little toothless girl. How is she suppose to eat?!

Maridy Carpenter said...

Jen, I had the same problems and frustrations with Blogger the same day. They seem to have resolved, except that I, too, am trying to adjust to the different picture order. And I usually post a LOT of pictures.

Wow, all those lost teeth! I remember the trauma as a little kid. Poor Emma.