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About

Ashlee is Mama of one darling boy. A 28 week early bird, now 1 and some change, doing beautifully. She lives near Chicago with her sweetheart husband and French Bulldog. She's a thinker not afraid to get her silly on. Babywearer, veggie queen, photography nut. Before the domestic days Ashlee was pursuing a future in developmental psychology but has happily shifted gears in favor of staying at home and couldn't imagine doing anything else. In her free time (ha!) you can find her whipping up babyslings, holding down the fort at Mama Speaks and spotlighting as an Itsy Bitsy Yoga Instructor.

Wordless Wednesday - Xavier's New Smile

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  • Blogger Adventures In Babywearing says so:
    8:34 AM  

    Wow! He's adorable. Can't wait to see you guys.

    Steph top

  • Blogger Sharon says so:
    9:28 AM  

    Beautiful!
    He has such a cute face. top

  • Blogger tegdirb92 says so:
    9:36 AM  

    wow--how did you do that? top

  • Blogger Awesome Mom says so:
    10:48 AM  

    I love his new smile!!! top

  • Blogger Laura says so:
    12:43 PM  

    They're in! TOO cute!

    Laura
    My Quotidian Mysteries top

  • Blogger Lynanne says so:
    1:21 PM  

    The new teeth are perfect! I love how natural they look. How proud you must be that you didn't settle for the first opinion. :) top

  • Blogger Glass Half Full says so:
    1:35 PM  

    So natural!! Adorable!! top

  • Blogger it's me, Val says so:
    2:06 PM  

    Great picture! I love your ww's. top

  • Blogger MorningSong says so:
    3:21 PM  

    Great! He looks happy as usual. It seems he wasn't aware of his problem. :o) top

  • Anonymous O Mama Mia says so:
    3:52 PM  

    Holy smacks! I mean, I know he was a rockstar to begin with, but what a huge difference! I'm so happy for you! Hope nursing is still going wonderfully too. top

  • Blogger SingForHim says so:
    5:59 PM  

    He looks great! top

  • Blogger Staci says so:
    10:46 AM  

    Very nice!!! top

  • Blogger Amber says so:
    11:03 AM  

    Heheheheheh. What a DOLLLL! top

  • Blogger Heaven Sent says so:
    2:34 PM  

    Who knew his smile could actually get more cute?! But it did. He looks great! top

  • Blogger Elizabeth F. says so:
    8:07 PM  

    He's cute before and after, but the teeth look great!;-) top

  • Anonymous Anonymous says so:
    9:15 PM  

    Beautiful! top

  • Blogger Carol Phillips says so:
    9:47 PM  

    Oh, yay! Congratulations Mama and Xav! So proud of both of you guys! What a brave little man! top

  • Anonymous Mama C-ta says so:
    7:44 AM  

    Awesome, what a trooper. He looks even better if that was possible. Exactly what was done? top

  • Blogger New Mama's Nest says so:
    8:12 AM  

    They did route canals and removed the nerves on his front four teeth (top) then widdled down the decayed part of his old teeth (on the outer two teeth, this removed most of the tooth) then they put posts in and rebuilt him some chompers! They're more fragile than normal teeth, so we're hoping they last until his adult teeth come in. If he happens to knock them out then he'll have to get a baby denture peice once his molars come in (isn't that a creepy thought!) Anyway that's the run down!
    xoxo,
    Ashlee top