Saturday, March 24, 2007
At over eight months, Hesperos has yet to pop a single tooth. While that's good news for the person who nurses him, it's high time that he gets working on this. I finally had to break down and tell him a few days ago that if he doesn't start some teething action soon, he's going to be the laughing stock of all the other crawlers. It's a baby-eat-baby world out there and staying a gnaw above requires some chompers. Apparently, given the recent increase in drooling and the use of the remote control as a gum massager, I can only assume that Hesperos listened to me. Tonight we noticed a tiny little nub of a tooth trying to poke through. It's too faint to see in a picture, but if the ridges are any indication, his bottom left tooth should be popping up pretty darn soon. Remote controls, beware!