Thank Goodness Infants Don't Have Teeth
Ain't it a blessing, a sigh of relief.
For if they did, Lord have mercy, what a plight,
No nipple would be safe, day or night.
Why, they'd gnaw and nibble, with those little gums,
Till the milk is gone, and the peace is done.
So let us be grateful, and give a cheer,
For the toothless grins, that bring us cheer.
And though they may drool, and make us a mess,
Their gummy smiles, are worth all the stress.
So here's to the toothless, and their sweet refrain,
Thank goodness infants don't have teeth, amen!
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