Quinn and I had such a wonderful play date with our friends. She didn’t want to go at the end of the day, and I secretly didn’t want to go either. With the pandemic looming over us for the past few years, time together with friends feels so special and is definitely important for Quinn as an only child. I’m so grateful for these moments with dear friends. Looking forward to next time. 🥰
Yesterday, while eating dinner it happened. My daughter’s last baby tooth came out while she was eating a pineapple. She just turned nine in May and already a couple of years ahead of the average kid when it comes to losing teeth. Then again, she was ahead of the average kid with getting her first baby teeth.
I remember being so excited when I saw those two little teeth peeking through those baby gums. I was even joyful when Quinn lost her first tooth just about four years later.
But this milestone is much different. Yes, she’s still technically a child for nine more years, but her teeth confirm that adulthood will be here before I know it. With this in mind, I will continue to cherish the moments we have together and just watch in awe as she continues to mature and flourish into a young lady.