Holy cow! That's way more icky than I pictured! Owwwwwww!
Ouch, poor baby!
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okay. seriously i cringe looking at this. i feel so bad for jack. i don't know how he didn't scream for hours...i would have. i'm so sorry. but i did have a great time meeting all of you. you are my kind of people! we will have to hang out again soon. i definitly want to make stl ds friends because chances are one day we will be moving back to our families. i hope jack's tongue is much better now. i can not believe that happened. he must be a boy of steal...he didn't even cry that long...seriously?! poor baby...
Hi Julie- found you through downsyn. This pic of Jack's tongue looks so familiar! Kallen bit right through his about a year ago. I nearly fainted when I saw it the next day.It took 7 weeks to heal...and to top that he did it again but not as bad. We learned to tell him: "lips closed " and that helped. Jack looks more and more likde his older brother
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