This is KATHERINE FRANCES VIANA, 8, daughter of Sergio and Lesli Baxter Viana, formerly of Youngstown and now living in Clear Lake, Texas. Here grandmothers in Youngstown are Mary Baxter and Norma Viana.
Adrienne Deak of McDonald says daughter GILLIAN, 7, lost her two front teeth right before Christmas in 2008. She added that the gingerbread man lost his two legs after lingering in the hot cocoa a little too long.
JACKSON KEMATS shares his toothless grin with the camera. He is the son of Jamie and Dan Kemats of Columbiana. His mom says that he mistook his missing tooth for a piece of apple and swallowed it! The good news is, they left a note for the Tooth
Fairy, and she was very understanding.
SKYLER HUDA, a first-grader at Dobbins Elementary School in Poland, stopped at Nana and Papa DeLuca’s home in Struthers to show off her “Goofy” hat and missing teeth. She had just gotten back from a Disney cruise with her parents and brother.
This past Christmas, TRENTON of Boardman, age 8, was able to sing “All I Want For Christmas Are My Two Front Teeth,” as his brother, Trevor, had done the year before. The brothers are the sons of Tony and Tonia First of Boardman.
SARAH AND JENNA WISE, daughters of Lee and Marlene Wise of Hubbard, bear their “twin grins” when they were 6 years old. Mom says they recently turned 14 and — you guessed it — are both wearing braces now.
LUCIA ROHRBAUGH, left, is shown on her first day of first grade at C.H. Campbell School in Canfield — minus her two front teeth. Pictured with her are her brothers, Luigi and Lorenzo. The picture taken by their grandmother, Paula D’Apolito.