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Finn's First Lost Tooth

On Tuesday, December 29th, 2015, Finn, at the age of 6 years and 3 months lost his first baby tooth.  The permanent tooth has already surfaced and taken up much of the blank space left by the baby tooth.  Unfortunately for Finn, that tooth is way, way to far back.  But that is a discussion for another day.

While at my OB appointment I received a phone call from Finn.  He was driving in the car with Grandad, Gigi, Sam, Cooper and Hank on the way to the aquarium when he noticed his tooth fell out.  I'm not sure exactly how he lost it.

The next day, Finn excitedly put his tooth under his pillow. 

He was so psyched!

Sam was pretty excited for Finn too!

 The next morning, Finn was overjoyed to find six dollars under his pillow. His two upper front teeth are loosening up too.


  1. Wow what a great post you have a beautiful family you are a very lucky person. We have a similar situation in our house currently. My wife and I have a son together and he is also going through the teething phase. He has lost 2 teeth already and has been really proud of them. The tooth fairy visit's frequently.

    Victor Peterson @ Dr. Farole


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