Have you seen it, do you even know what to look for or how it grows?
|Dummy hole in the making, they are not Immy's dummies, they are hers, her back teeth are together.|
This is not a for or against about dummies. I once tried to have a child sans dummy and at six weeks when I had my first outing to escape the crying, I came home and found Mr H and Popps both asleep watching the cricket, she with a dummy stuck in her gob.
And so our love affair with the dummy began. Popps would not attach to a toy or blankie but she carried around as many little suckers as she could. She rubbed them between her fingers and stroked them down her face.
A couple of months later and the dentist asks before she even sits in the seat
"Is it a dummy or a thumb?"
The dummy hole!
Over time the palate at the top of the mouth actually forms into an arch around the shape of the dummy. While her little pearlers were perfect, her top and bottom front teeth could not come together, no matter which way you tried to twist her jaw around, they were miles apart.
The dummy went to the fairies and we had a
|See the dummy hole...this is six months sans the sucky thing.|