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Old 05-13-2016, 07:52 PM
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Originally Posted by JustJulia View Post
My husband has a bit of a gap and I like it. He has nice straight teeth with a little front gap. None of our kids do, though. If my child were really embarrassed I would seriously consider it. I was a skinny kid and teased about my big nose and ears, so I'd sympathize. But I find gapped teeth, freckles, interesting eyebrows and other quirks charming, and I hope I'd help my child love his or her quirks.

Oh my! This thread is five years old. Hahaha ... sorry Fin.
Hey no worries!

She does have a cute gap, I tend to agree with you, I think it's the small quirks that make people beautiful. But I have since realized five years later that she's not four forever and we'll probably go with what she thinks she'd prefer.

It's funny how they grow up to be their own people.
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Old 05-14-2016, 06:37 PM
Location: California
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It would depend on how it looked to me honestly. One of my kids did have braces but it wasn't for a gap, it was for crooked teeth.
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