Wednesday, October 04, 2006

And the milestones just keep a-comin'

As if losing diapers around here were not enough to keep me mourning the baby days, look what happened yesterday to our five-year-old.

Did I mention she taught herself how to ride a bike, too?

WAH!

12 comments:

JenMom said...

Such a beautiful little snaggle tooth!!!

Susanne said...

What a cute pic! It never rains but it pours doesn't it?

Wendy said...

What a cute picture! My son is almost 6 and really wants to lose a tooth, he checks daily for wigglers.

Beck said...

What a cutie! My 7 year old looks like a jack-o-lantern right now - and the tooth fairy is really getting her workout flying to our place so often!

Ivey Elizabeth Sirmans said...

I would love to say we haven't hit tooth-pulling yet; however, Ivey had her first tooth pulled right around three and a half months! UGH! Right now I am working on my 2 year old to potty. He can do it, his 3 year old brother has taught him how. So let me restate this, I am trying to coax my hard headed 2 year old to do what he can without driving dear mom over the edge. Thanks for the encouragement on the previous post. You are right, there is alot of uncertainty around here, but lots of love. What else do we need.

Anonymous said...

Yeah......she lost her tooth...get ready to fork out the $$$$..
Jen

Anonymous said...

Too many milestones to count that's for sure!!!

voni said...

Aww!!! How sweet! Love that smile:)

Stacey said...

How fun! I wasn't sure how early they could lose their teeth but my five year old keeps saying his bottom two are wiggly. Now I'll know what to look forward to : )

She looks so cute!!

Christine said...

Look at that adorable heart shaped face! She must be so proud to have lost a tooth. *sniff* They grow up too fast...

Anonymous said...

Her smile is identical to your smile in your blog picture on the left!!!

Wow! She looks so much like you.

RANDI said...

What a cute picture! I think every mommy should be entitled to have one kid that stays small forever, don't you?