aaaAAGGHH ! Im afraid she is going to get cavities. She has a 3 year old sister that is always eating candy. We live with my mom and she wont stop buying her candy! So everytime one has candy the other one wants some too. I am constantly hiding candy or throwing it away! Whenever I try to brush the 2 year olds teeth she doesn't get that the toothbrush is supposed to be going back and forth and she just sucks on it and then tries to run through the house with it. PLEASE HELP! How can I make it seem fun instead of like torture? thanks!Answer Question
Answer by MiSs.SmOkEy at 7:32 PM on May. 10, 2010
My dd is 3.5 & I still brush her teeth first & then let her have a go at it.. If i let her brush her teeth alone she would have 4 really bright nice teeth up front & the rest would rot.. lol Also try brushing your teeth with your kids so they can see how you are doing it..
Also try singing this song with them "Brush Your Teeth" DD loves to sing it.
There is also a Dr. Seuss book about teeth that is kinda funny..
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