On Sunday morning, 20th December 2009 I lost my first baby tooth.
Baby teeth are our first set of teeth.
We can also call them milk teeth.
When we grow up we’ll be having new teeth.
They are called permanent teeth.
This is how I lost my baby teeth:
In the morning we went to a farmer’s market and we bought some ‘keropok lekor’.
I ate ‘keropok lekor’ on the way home and when I was taking the last bite I saw my baby tooth on it!
I was surprised!
Fortunately I did not eat it together with the keropok.
I showed my mother my baby tooth.
My mother cleaned the tooth and keep it in a safe place.
Later when my big sisters came back home from their silat class I told them that I lost my tooth.
I am so happy that I had lost my first baby tooth.
Now I have another small permanent tooth and I think I’m going to loose another baby tooth soon 🙂
On Sunday my mother cooked bubur Arab for iftar.
I love bubur Arab very much.
In English bubur Arab means Arabian porridge.
My mother first ate the porridge in Makkah or Mecca.
Makkah is in Saudi Arabia.
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