Brothers Bonding Over ‘Teef’

I always love when my sons, who are seven years apart, figure out a way to bond and relate to one another. It’s not always easy raising children with so many years between them. But, most recently I thank their teeth. Al is 13 and AD is 6, yet last week they had one thing in common – their teeth (or teef as AD now says).

AD lost both his front teeth in time for first grade, while Al got his long-awaited braces right before starting eighth grade. Two exciting ages and stages. And lots of time brushing, flossing, and simply staring in the mirror at their pearly whites.

I have never seen anyone so excited to get braces.

AD lost his two front “teef” and was visited by the tooth fairy two times in three days.

How far apart are your children spaced? Do you think this affects their relationship? Leave a comment or visit the Tiny Steps Mommy Facebook page to continue the discussion.

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  1. My sons are six years apart, and their relationship keeps changing. At first, my oldest loved his chubby cheeks, and inability to share his toys. Now, they bond over soccer games and just being generally competitive. I look forward to seeing how their relationship changes over the years.

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