Ruth's top tooth had been wiggly for weeks. At first she was excited about it being loose but then quickly avoided any biting from the front teeth, didn't wiggle it much and it seemed to take FOREVER for it to fall out.
Then on May 10 at 3:00 or so in the morning, Ruth came into my room and woke me up saying, "My tooth came out." She was all calm, and we headed to the bathroom. It was ready to come out as there wasn't any blood and in a day the permanent tooth was visible.
Sickness, Swimming and Slime
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