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It's All Over Now (Alternatively Titled: Mandy, Don't Look Past The 3rd Photo)

Please use caution when looking at these photos. Really, at the end, it's not pretty but he wanted me to show the internet and who am I to deny my son this desire?
Dressed for the event

Daddy got to go back with him so he wasn't alone when he got gassed. Apparently, pregnant women tend to pass out and/or get emotional. True that.
I asked him to smile. I got angry eyes as a bonus gift. Yes!

He wanted to show this to ya'll. It looks worse than it is. No, it looks that bad. I can't lie.

He thinks this photo is funny because he looks like a goof. He also likes to show people the big window in his mouth.

I thought the whole thing was his tooth and panicked but no, it has the roots attached. The other one is his first tooth he lost a couple weeks ago.


Anonymous said…
yowch. and i LOVE LOVE LOVE the angry eyes.


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