David lost his second tooth today. When I say he "lost" the tooth, I do not mean that it came out and is now safely tucked under his pillow waiting for the tooth fairy to bring him a special surprise. I mean that it is lost—literally. Apparently, it came out much like his first tooth did, with no crying, no fanfare and I have absolutely no idea where it is. How is that for taking the expression "lose a tooth" literally?