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Hello, Kim. I'm the parent of a 10yr old Aspie and am not sure how I found your blog, but heavens. No on needs this kind of a day. My basement also had a couple of inches of water. Ugh.
I called our dentist. He said the tooth is probably a dead baby tooth (it is a baby tooth) and that when it fell out, it would be fine. I have a Monday appt. I called my Dad (retired Orthodontist.) he ditto'd the dentist. I called my husband. He yanked the darkly offensive dental dangler in a jiffy. The little tooth was filled with icky blood. All better! Phew!
Him Kiki = and welcome! You too?? Did you lose a lot of stuff? I hope not. How's your child doing?? KIM
We have a raised ranch and so have a finished family room and our two daughters bedroom downstairs. We lost some things, but not much. Mostly have to dry the indoor/outdoor carpet and air out the room. Hal was agitated because, as you probably experience with your daughters, unexpected scenarios are problematic. As if the days are crazy enough as the holidays approach and now we're drying out the family room
Oh Kiki - I hear you. We don't use the lower level for the kids = so they didn't really see it. I'm afraid of mold now, of course. Well, they're asleep now. I have homemade truffles on a dish (made by Mark!) and bed calls. Tomorrow is another slate of catastrophes, I'm sure! KS
Could things get any crappier for you? This just is not fair. There has to be some good news soon. Have to say I did smirk at the shower comment - Bear has self help skills practice too - and only because I now know you and yours are OK.Bet Bella still looks cute even with or now minus a tooth, and good for her having it pulled! Would not have been possible in our house.
Amanda. Yes. Yes they could.
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