On Tuesday, I took Jack and Tor to the dentist. Jack had his 5-year-old check-up. We were a little late for his 4-year-old check up last year.
I went over what they were going to do: count his teeth, clean his teeth and then polish his teeth. He remembered he had banana split flavored fluoride and cookie dough flavored polish and asked if he could have those again. I told them he could if they still had those flavors. Luckily they did. It was funny because I didn't even remember what flavors he had last year until he told me.
Jack did great. He got right in the chair and they gave him sunglasses because the light was so bright. He held my hand for about the first minute but then was fine. I was so proud of him.
Jack still has 20 teeth and his permanent molars are about to come in, in the back of his mouth. A couple of his bottom front teeth are loose too, so the will probably fall out in the next few months.
Tor did great too. Every time Jack got to spit and rinse, Tor did too. They gave him his own cup and everything. Then when Jack was done they let Tor get in the chair too and they counted his teeth. He only has 19, one of his baby molars hasn't come in yet.
Then the boys got to pick two toys, the timers they always want and Jack got one of those walking teeth toys. He took it to show and tell and it broke. Tor picked a toy car. They also both got to pick toothbrushes. It was really sweet that they included Tor in everything too.