I mentioned about May's loose tooth in September. I am grateful that several blogging mummies had dropped me some very useful information and shared with me their experience with their kids. If you are interested on what they have said, please click on the link http://sheohyan.blogspot.com/2010/09/my-4-years-old-is-paging-tooth-fairy.html
Though I still couldn't figure out what was the root cause for my 4 years old's loose tooth, I decided to get her loose tooth examined, then removed if needed. I actually spent quite an amount of time and effort to coax her, and also a bit of scold at the end to make her lie on top of me on the dental chair. Before she agreed to go into the dental room, she kept pestering me to remind the dentist to ONLY examine but not extract her loose tooth. lol! Finally, her loose tooth was extracted and I bought her a pack of 12 twistable color pencils to reward her .
here. The first time was to extract her two upper front teeth which had severely decayed due to cavities, and this round was actually to give May an acompany. April's lower front teeth were loose too, and I could see two tiny permanent teeth have emerged at the back of her two shaky milk teeth. So, mind as well got all those loose milk teeth removed. Thank Goodness that April made no fuss at all and really showed her younger sister a good example. As a result, I also got her a pack of 10 glimmer color pens for her courage.
That night, I still had to dig out RM3 from my husband's wallet (Clever right? Not my wallet) to slip under their pillows, because I told them that Tooth Fairy was going to give them RM1 for trading each tooth.