There’s just something about seeing your child smile for the first time that really makes a parent fall in love. When they’re so small and precious and have their whole lives ahead of them, their smile is theÂ first way they communicate happiness. This is something parents learn quickly and so when something is off about it, it’s a sure warning sign that something just isn’t right…
What’s in a Smile?
While it can take some time before a baby shows its first genuine smile, any parentÂ knows how special that moment truly is. In some cases, it can be three months before they react to familiar faces and noises with a smile. The wait is always worth it though…
Her Precious Smile
A child’s smile is truly precious, with missing teeth, braces, you name it, there’s nothing more telling and joyous, so when Megan Evans’s parents saw something strange in her toothy grin, they took her straight to the emergency room.
Spunky & Sweet
Megan was an outgoing seven-year-old to parents Jason and Charlene. She loved acting, cheerleading, and gymnastics, and running around being a kid with her friends. This little one had a spunky side, too. Charlene described her little one as a “wee diva” in a 2015 Facebook post.