One of the milestones in any kid's life is when their teeth start moving and shaking and they get replaced with "adult" teeth. Well, Dana hit the ground running, not with one tooth, but with two at the same time. Her two bottom front teeth were rocking and rolling and it was time to remove them. NOrmally, I wouldn't worry about them but her replacement teeth were already out. So, we both visited her school's dentist and asked to have the baby teeth pulled out. It's a good thing that Dana's used to injections and she's not afraid of them. She got anesthesia for the teeth extraction. Warning: Pictures below may make you queasy! :)
I'm sure car enthusiasts will agree with me when I say that when you have a car, she immediately becomes an integral part of the family, like a dog. You need to save up for it, schedule maintenance/pampering days for it and continually nourish and nurture it with your love.. ok, ok.. that's too much but don't most girlfriends get jealous of the attention their partners lavish on their vehicles?? I rest my case.
Anyway, it's Stanley's turn for some pampering. Granted that it coincided with his getting a check-up because of the way the power steering is feeling wonky, Patrick and I went straight to Fusion R along E. Rodriguez, Quezon City. While we were there, Patrick was able to replace Stanley's Headlights and added a 3rd brake light because the parts were there. He apparently hit a bargain this time, oh if only I was able to take a picture of him! LOL
We went back the next day too, this time to the aircon specialists. Stanley needed more refrigerant and it was just in time before the kids went back to school.