When (not if) this all is over — Heather C. King – Room to Breathe


“I don’t like my new smile!” My son had been avoiding food all day because his first-ever wiggly tooth was quite wiggly, enough to make eating anything difficult. Besides that, he was afraid. He didn’t really want to lose a tooth. He liked his teeth, his mouth and his smile just the way it was, […]

via When (not if) this all is over — Heather C. King – Room to Breathe

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