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the eric update - day 211: frown face!

just to prove that not everyday is filled with smiles, i present to you a classic frown face!

and what a sad face it is.

we've been seeing a few more frown faces than normal lately, along with a little more drool. could it be that we're seeing more early signs of teething?

perhaps. if he lets us get a good look at his gums ( not an easy task to be sure ), we're fairly sure that we can see two small, white spots where you might expect baby teeth to come in.

i wouldn't expect teeth to appear any time soon, but my money is that the increasingly frequently appearing frown face is related to teething and most certainly has nothing to do with us being bad parents that he's going to hate until well after his teen angst years :-)

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1/31/2005 10:32:00 PM 4 comments


sometimes The Frowny Face appears for no reason other than to say "Ha! I knew I could get your attention with this look"

Somehow, sadly, I've always thought the face on my kids was rather funny. I documented plenty of them just to use for extortion purposes later in life.

By Blogger Da Goddess, at 12:10 PM  

I'm not saying it's necessarily so, but it's certainly not unheard of for babies to start teething at about or before 3 months old. I'm the living example of this, because according to my mom, I started teething at about that age - apparently, it focused all my energies towards the teeth, so I couldn't control my head properly until at about 6 months of age.

At my christening (at 3 months old) my dad had to surreptitiously hold the nape of my neck so it would appear that I was sitting upright in his lap in the photos taken of the event (it was, incidentally, also my parents' wedding day).

Just saying. ;-)

By Blogger SigurrĂ³s, at 9:07 PM  

oK, now he looks like e3. when he smiles looks like mom. love ya. mfromohio. btw, i think i saw a commercial for the shot. they called it the purple pill and told us to ask our doctor. well, actually i am not sure what it is for, but it was on tv. be careful though after 4 hours or something. we do have a great medical care system. i remember when $2,500 would buy you a love machine complete with chili sauce.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:52 PM  

I'm not saying it's necessarily so, but it's certainly not unheard of for babies to start teething at about or before 3 months old. |

i think we've conclusively concluded that odin does, in fact, have multiple teeth "coming in", but i haven't figured out a way to take a picture of the inside of his mouth :-)

By Blogger e3, at 11:34 PM  

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