Molly had her first dentist appointment today! Her Mommy is scared spitless (so to speak) of going to the dentist, but I must have succeeded in not projecting that fear because she was pumped to be in (what I used to think was) the scariest chair on earth. Admittedly, I would not be such a wimp if I was babied the way these kids are. Truly, I was at a floss for words; the office was a kid's dream- complete with an aquarium, touch screen video games, a train that ran around the ceiling, and a magic mirror in which the tooth fairy appeared when you knocked! I wouldn't lie about this- it's the honest tooth. I tried to make an appointment for myself, but the receptionist (who bore an uncanny resemblance to a fairy godmother) seemed to think I was joking. Honestly, I wanted to stick around and not brush out of there.
Leave it to Axe to have a comical, semi-dirty dentist commercial. Even funnier because the dentist is such a babyface! I left my last dentist because they brought in a guy who was my age to work on my teeth. I'm no spring chicken, but I prefer a much more seasoned man working on my mouth, thank you very much. (Yes, I realize how very wrong that sounded...)