New Year Molars


Veronica rang in the New Year with a 103 degree fever and 72 new teeth. 

Seriously she decided to start the New Year with a full set of teeth. That means a 3 day fever and constant complaining. Add to that a nose with so much snot I swore she had pneumonia, and a cough that sent me running to check her room for hidden cigarettes. Turns out all of this is teething related and we’ve still got a while to go.

If you’re in the area and have a dentist recommendation for little kiddos, please post in the comment section!


5 Responses to “New Year Molars”

  1. 1 chuck January 5, 2009 at 8:28 am

    poor veej!
    poor you!

    maybe she wanted all her teeth by her birthday?…

  2. 2 Valerie January 5, 2009 at 9:11 am

    Poor girl!

  3. 3 Natasha January 5, 2009 at 10:29 am


    I saw Dr Cliff Hartman in West Allis growing up. He is a pediatric dentist and my younger sisters both went to him too. He was a pretty good guy and gave out prizes when you were done with your appointment. He’s a little weird, but I might be too if I worked on tiny teeth all day.

  4. 4 mom January 5, 2009 at 3:51 pm

    Poor little thing! Hopefully this will all end soon.
    Please give her a hug from grandpa and me. Also give mom and dad a hug. It is hard to see your children in pain.

  5. 5 Sheila January 8, 2009 at 1:32 pm

    Poor girl. Only one more year of this right? K has gotten 6 teeth in 3 weeks. I am sure those molars are around the corner.

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