Oldest Son STILL hasn't lost all of his teeth. Aaron has. The tooth-losing process has been a not so fun one for Aaron. He lost his first four during oral surgery when he was in preschool. Given his "issues" we have just recently been able to clean his teeth at the dentist. We have a fabulous dentist who works great with him. So when he was little she was able to see that he had a couple of cavities, and the only way to take care of those was to put him under. So we did. We gave her permission to do whatever she needed to do while she was in there, so when he came out he was missing his front bottom four teeth and had 8 silver caps on his molars. Poor kid. It was pathetically cute though. Anyhow, I'll spare you the long story about his teeth and cut to the chase. If Aaron had a loose tooth he would mess around with it until it was a bloody mess, it would hurt, he would be grumpy, and I would want to pass out (I don't do teeth). So we tried the dental floss trick with him--you know where you wrap floss around the tooth and then pull hard to pop it out? Well it works great (and we've extracted a few of his teeth that way) except now he's afraid of dental floss. Oops. So now when he's at the dentist office, they pull the floss out and he freaks. It seemed like a good idea at the time....anyhow, full circle to today...Oldest has a loose tooth that's been bugging him. I tell him to do the floss trick, and he's reluctant (he's such a worrier). I convince Husband to convince him that he NEEDS to do this, and Husband humors me, even though Son is protesting like crazy. So there we all are, standing in front of the mirror, with floss wrapped around Oldest Son's tooth, trying to convince him to pop the tooth out. Aaron walks in and sees what's going on. He stares at Oldest Son, and starts having a sympathy reaction. He starts messing with his mouth next to Oldest Son, like he understands what Oldest is going through. It's quite sweet. Oldest didn't want me to take a picture of it, hence the dirty look I get in this picture, but you can see Aaron just checking him out. Then he keeps looking at himself in the mirror, playing with his teeth, and having fun with Sister.