Thursday, February 11, 2016

Knocking a tooth

This is what my husband wrote on fb last week.

My son knocked in his tooth tonight so I called Dr Michael Bull for advice. I did my best to pop it back into place. We looked through a bunch of family pictures to try and see what his teeth looked like but couldn't find a single one that showed his teeth clear. So we ran him over to the Dr's house to make sure everything was good. Amazingly, Dr Bull took pictures for primary on Sunday and had the perfect shot showing my son's teeth. It's the little blessings that make the big differences. Tender mercies I think they're called nowadays.
What he doesn't tell you, its 10 minutes before it happened, I said, ok everyone is getting too crazy we need to go to bed. Well no one listened to me and guess what happened. I loved this experience though. I totally knew someone was going to get seriously hurt, if they continued to play, but no one was listening to me. I loved that the Spirit told me something bad was going to happen, but the Lord still set up a plan for it all to work out in the end and set us at ease.
I've thought a lot about this concept for years, and I'm grateful for this experience.
I was also grateful our friend was a Dentist who was able to set our mind at ease. Our three year's tooth was very sore for the next few days, but I didn't worry about it, because I knew everything that could help it was already done, so now only time would tell if it worked or not. 

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