Monday, March 19, 2012

Tooth Story

Something happened to my loose and dangling tooth on our way out of the country last week. Well, it finally fell off at the LCCT (of all the places!) on the night of our departure to Perth.

We were queuing up to enter the boarding gate when I suddenly turned to mummy and said "Mummy, I think my tooth came out". I immediately opened my mouth to reveal to her the tiny pearly white on my tongue! Mummy wanted to keep the tooth and she has been cautioning me not to swallow or lose the tooth.

It was a painless and drama-less affair. No blood (just very little, a few drops), no tears and no fuss. Daddy and mummy were very glad that I finally got rid of that dangling tooth, which have been a hindrance whenever I chewed my food (but neither of them had the courage to pull it out). However, this also meant that I would appear toothless in all my holiday photos!

The very last photo of me with all my teeth intact... loitering around the check-in counters of LCCT

No worries... I could still smile despite the loss :)

Could even make funny faces!

11th March 2012, at approximately 11:30pm, I lost my first milk tooth (the lower right central incisor) at age 5y7m 

The following day, (with better lighting) mummy noticed a new tooth already emerging from beneath the recently gone tooth. This sprouting tooth must have pushed the old tooth out. 

Toothless in Perth

What about the tooth fairy then? I did not believe in it and at the very mention of the word, I refuted "Don't be silly! There's no such thing as a tooth fairy!" ^-^

15 comments:

  1. oh how i wish ashley's tooth was loose so that we don't have to make a trip to the dentist. i just noticed another one sprouting out (next to the one which is already out). looks like we have to go to the dentist again to remove 2 teeth this time because the permanent tooth is big. Chloe is such a practical girl. You can't fool her at all...hehehehehe.

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  2. i m very scare when its my turn to deal with P. cos I m one person that is so afraid about tooth filling, dentist, etc....:(

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  3. Chloe will forever remember the very first fall of her baby tooth. Of all places and of all time, it has to be at the airport haha... but she still looked pretty w/o the tooth.

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  4. LOL! Chloe is still smiling despite a tooth less :)

    I foresee mine would scream and make a scene, when I bring her to dentist *headache*

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  5. LOL, this will be a very memorable event to remember for lifetime..:)

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  6. I have read so many tooth stories, wondering when it my girl's turn...LOL!!

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  7. Chloe is a very brave gal. Smiling all the way..Hahaha good too mummy Choloe don't have to crack her head to talk about the tooth fairy story!

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  8. oooo no tooth fairy ah....hmm...like that have to claim your coin from your Mommy lo :P

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  9. Looking forward my Sam experience the tooth fall :P

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  10. Congratz for for hvg new tooth, yay!

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  11. Mummy can save money as Chloe didn't believe in Tooth Fairy. I still give my girls RM1 for each tooth, i put under their pillow. Hahahaha!

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  12. Having a new teeth...a good news for Chloe...

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  13. Such a smart girl :P

    she didn't even cry? The tooth just fall out by itself? How nice leh ..... that's something special to remember on the night before going to Perth :P

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  14. Nice timing. Easy to remember when the teeth fell off. haha....

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  15. Actually I have no idea at all about the Tooth Fairy. I know I should find it out so the next time I could tell the story to Sarah when her teeth drop off.

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