Karen (estherchaya) wrote,
Karen
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Toothapalooza (Updated)

 The average number of teeth per baby is now: 4.

Sam has sprouted 2 more teeth! He HAD been waking up in the middle of the night a bit more than usual (which is to say, he used to sleep through the night, and then, mysteriously, he wasn't sleeping through the night anymore), but I guess with everything else going on we hadn't put 2 and 2 together and calculated the likelihood of getting 4...

And today we noticed that he has six, count 'em, SIX teeth! Two on the bottom, and FOUR on the top!

This might explain why he keeps chewing on me (ouch!), but hopefully that will end soon...

Update!  Abby now has six teeth also!  So now the average number of teeth per baby is, um, this math is a little harder, hang on... carry the two, subtract one, divide by three...4.666666666667!  Hey, um, how do you have two thirds of a tooth?  Ellie, bless her, is a total slacker with two teeth.  :)  This may explain why Abby's been chewing on everything in sight and a bit on the cranky side...

Update Again!  Ellie is cutting a third tooth as of 7/17/07 at 7:46am!  Without a single complaint!  (I told you she's my good one!)  So now the math is a lot easier and we have an average of 5 teeth per baby!  Holy shmoly, things are about to get interesting around here!

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