Do your kids chew ice?
My son has been driving me crazy with his regular munching of ice cubes.
I know I shouldn’t let little things like that get to me, but I can’t help thinking about the dental bills I’m going to see in a few years when his enamel is worn thin and his teeth develop chips and cracks.
Ice chewing can be a sign of anemia in some people, but that’s not the case with my son. He just likes to make loud crunching sounds.
It’s become so bad that I’ve had to outlaw ice chewing.
So, if you come to my house and, in the course of sipping your iced tea, an ice cube accidentally slips between your teeth and you feel the need to bite down on it, expect to pay a small fine.