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Old 03-29-05, 05:09 PM
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Default Emma's losing her two front teeth!

We just had spring pictures at school and I just bought the class picture vs. the individuals! Her teeth are hanging by a few threads, it's really cute to see. Her teacher gave her a plastic baggy to carry around in case it falls out during P.E. or lunch!

BTW, she still can't pronounce TH's correctly. Anyone else hearing this?
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Old 03-29-05, 05:23 PM
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How cute. We just noticed last night that Connor has a loose tooth, it's one of the center bottom teeth. He's excited, he kept talking about it but he's also worried that it's going to hurt and bleed.

As far as the TH sound goes, I haven't noticed a problem with Connor pronouncing it wrong, but he does tend to use an "F" when trying to sound out a word with the TH sound. I'll have to pay more attention.
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Old 03-29-05, 08:56 PM
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Rachel doesn't have trouble with TH but does have trouble with a few other blended sounds.

Are these Emma's 1st loose teeth? Rachel has #5 & #6 loose & refuses to pull them herself or let anybody touch them. When she had an Xray after she split her lip the hygenist said they were barely hanging on & had no root - and over a month later they are still there! I think they are behind the permanent ones so they aren't being pushed & Rachel won't pull them on her own. I'm hoping that at her next dental appt they can pop them out before she has a chance to complain.
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Old 03-29-05, 11:02 PM
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Daniel has four loose teeth at the moment. He couldn't even bit into an apple tonight, but they aren't quite loose enough for that to help get them out.

As for the "TH" thing, he used to say "F" but it just went away.
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Emma uses "F" for TH, I am hoping she'll grow out of it. She has lost three teeth, these will make four and five!
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