Tooth and the coming troubles

The first tooth showed up and its arrival is accompanied by long cry-parties. Our neighbours must surely love us, unless the beats are not there to show us their congratulations for the first tooth.


And soon we have to teach him to brush his teeth. I remember that I didn’t like it at all, until my parents found the solution in buying sweet toothpaste. Sounds odd, but they had it, at least it tasted sweet and they solved their problem.


3 Responses to “Tooth and the coming troubles”

  1. 1 kirstenhamelin September 12, 2007 at 12:50 am

    I am awaiting the arrival of my son, Jack’s 1st tooth! 8 months and nothing yet. I should enjoy my toothless wonder, shouldn’t I?! Good luck!

  2. 2 eine Familie wie andere auch September 12, 2007 at 9:29 pm

    Oh mein Gott, schon die Zähne?? Wie alt ist denn Euer Kleiner mittlerweile? Aliya hat ihren ersten Zahn mit exakt 8 Monaten bekommen. Einen gesegneten Ramadan wünsche ich Euch!

  3. 3 ferramis September 12, 2007 at 9:56 pm

    @ Kirsten: Indeed, you should enyoj these days 🙂 Soon you will miss every silent second in your life 🙂 It isn’t that bad, don’t worry.

    @ Sana: 7,25 Monate. Wurde ja auch langsam seit. Der Speichel lief ihm schon seit Monaten aus dem Mund. Länger hatte ich auch nicht gewartet und hätte ihn dann selber rausgezogen :). Gesegneten Ramadan auch an euch.

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