Nothing melts my heart more than Hannah's toothy grin. Not yet seven months old, her two bottom teeth have grown in, pearly white, tiny, and strong. Before their existence, I tried to make a habit of "brushing her teeth" before bedtime. Essentially it was just massaging her gums with a cold cloth so that the milk wouldn't settle in overnight. Now that she actually has mini-fangs (yes, she bites, and yes, I read Twilight while pregnant), I'm more conscious than ever to wipe down her teeth at night.
For more tips on how to properly take care of your little one's million dollar smile, read Dr. Paula Elbirt's "7 Tips on Baby Tooth Care" at Parents.com.