Kristina has her first adult tooth coming in.
As she has been incessantly asking me when her baby teeth were going to fall out, one would think that this might be cause for celebration.
You would be wrong.
You see, none of her baby teeth have fallen out yet.
After my few moments of mommy freaking out over my first born having another weird thing going on with her teeth, I did what any rational parent would do and googled it.
Turns out the condition is often called shark teeth and it happens in about one out of ten kids.
The articles managed to have just enough 'it's not THAT strange' language to be reassuring while still ensuring that I called her dentist and got her an appointment as soon as possible.
From my extensive (and questionable sources) research, I have concluded that the dentist may start pulling baby teeth. Or do nothing at all. Which sorta depends on vague subjective criteria.
So in the mean time, I get to continue to console my baby girl on her lack of tooth fairy visits yet, and make sure I am stocked up on tooth fairy cash before Wednesday just in case the dentist decides to clear out half her mouth.