A woman’s story of battling dental floss allergy: A new study

The following article originally appeared on Axios: A woman has come forward to share her story of trying to keep her children’s teeth clean while they were at school.

Her story, which has been shared on social media, includes an anecdote about her first brush with a new dental fluff and an attempt to treat a tooth that had become stuck in the gums with the help of a toothbrush.

“I was doing my English in school and my friends were talking about it, and I was like, ‘This is scary,'” she said in an interview with ABC News.

“I didn’t want to do it at home.”

It was just before Christmas when the girl and her parents, who were from the Philippines, went to pick up a package at the grocery store.

“They were all like, like, wow, this is crazy, this was my first time ever touching anything that came in contact with our children,” she said.

The girl didn’t think anything of it until she got home and found a note on her mother’s fridge: “I love you so much.

Thank you so very much.

You are the most beautiful, caring, loving person I have ever met.””

We had a very, very close relationship,” she recalled.

“We went on trips together and we had the same friend who was our English teacher.

We shared a lot of laughs.”

The next day, she opened her fridge to find a note.

“It was a gift,” she says.

“It was from my mom.

It was like an emotional note.”

The note explained that her family’s home was full of “treats for allergies.”

She told ABC News the note had come from a friend who had visited her parents.

“My mom was so happy, because she was like like, I’m so grateful, I really wanted to do this.

She thought I was crazy for wanting to do that,” she told ABC affiliate ABC 7.

“She was like: ‘No, no, no.

I’m really excited about it.'””

She was very excited because I had never met anyone who wanted to try it.

I was just like, you know, I want to try this.

But I had no idea what to do with it,” she added.ABC 7 is reporting that the family has since decided to try the fluff out in person, and the family hopes to receive a refund.

The following article originally appeared on Axios: A woman has come forward to share her story of trying to keep…