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.
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