Monday, April 9, 2012

A tooth falls off:)

Falling off of baby's teeth could be hard for children and partly for parents since it really can make them looks different. But then here in Sweden, children are told that time will come when they're grown enough they will loose their teeth so new one can take over. And instead of being afraid, children here are excited when that time comes since it will mean that their already grown up.

My big girl was so excited last week when she felt that her teeth was ready to fall off. She told everyone like her teacher in school and classmates and grandma, grandpa, everyone near to her. And the best thing was she was so proud about it! Then today so early in the morning, we were still sleeping, she woke me up and said, "mamma, my tooth fell off already" and she was so happy and proud! Congratulations my baby! You're now certified grown up girl!Way to go!

2 comments:

Ricademus said...

Already??? But she's just a baby! I guess she's not anymore.

I liked getting the quarter, but I didn;t like my dad saying he only wanted to "feel" how loose the tooth was, but then getting me in a head-lock and ripping it out. LOL!

kim said...

my! she's growing really fast..

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