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Little Teethies!

We have a lot of teeth activity in our house.
First Ethan is over the roof excited that his tooth is (barely) shaking!
It has been tough for him being 2 years younger than Kaiden and the tooth fairy, and Kaiden having sleepovers, and Kaiden going on field trips etc., and now all these things are happening for Ethan.
Ethan is actually achieving much more than I expected in a short period of time.
He is quite the little mathematician.
I could not be more proud of his academic progress.


In other teeth news, Amalia's bottom teeth are about to break!
I did not see it coming because I didn't think she was teething, there have been no signs of it.
I thought, hmmm, maybe it's because she's a girl and she isn't developing as quickly as Kaiden and Ethan did.

And in my "gum check" yesterday I can see that it is about to happen.
Though I am excited, I am terrified!
I remember when Kaiden and Ethan got teeth, not a comfortable situation for me since I was nursing.
And I am still nursing Amalia.
I am scared, I will soon look at my daughter as she is a little shark.


I have actually been trying to get her used to the idea of a bottle to slowly start weening her.
She LOVES the bottle.  She thinks its a cool new toy.
She has no clue she is supposed to suck it. Right now I am just happy that the teething does not seem to be painful for her, that would break my heart.

In other news, we went to Oman over the weekend and I know have let my readers down.
I did not bring my camera.  I took no pictures, not even on my phone.
We sort of just disappeared.  I needed a break.  I started missing home so badly and did not feel up to my normal self.
I actually quite liked Oman and we plan on going back and I promise to bring my camera!
It is beautiful there and would be a shame to not capture our adventures in the Middle East!

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