I took Lawson into the dentist at 8:00 Friday morning.
(Can you tell by his eyes that we haven't been getting up this early for any of Spring Break?!)
He said it looks like he impacted that tooth (jammed it up into his gum) when he fell. Not enough to damage the permanent tooth behind it, but enough that it will probably damage this tooth. It should tighten up on it's own and not be wiggly anymore, but it will probably start to discolor in a couple weeks and may eventually turn gray, or a beautiful "pond water brown."
But it could be worse.
And honestly, I'm surprised this little man hasn't done something like this before now.
I'm still a little bit amazed we haven't visited the ER with him yet.
He has a routine cleaning scheduled for June, so they'll check it out then.
He did say that if it gets too ugly (or it is bothering Mommy too much!) they could just go ahead and pull it. Then he would just have an empty spot for however long it takes for his permanent tooth to grow in. (I'm thinking that may be cuter than a gray-brown front tooth.)