Thursday, November 09, 2006

All I want for Christmas...
















It was difficult to get her to smile this morning to see where she was missing it!

Miss M lost one of her front teeth yesterday. She went to play at Hunter's house (her new "friend" ) and I knew the tooth had been loose. Hunter's mom said M came to her saying she was bleeding, and she got a paper towel to clean it up with, and she touched it and OUT came the tooth!

Yeay! It was pretty painless! I like those kind! This was her 3rd tooth lost, as she had her two bottom teeth pulled when the permanent teeth came pushing in behind! We couldn't find her tooth fairy box last night to put her tooth in, so it stayed in the plastic bag on her dresser.

Later, when I was combing her hair for school.. she asked me if the tooth fairy was real? Good grief, she's only 5 and has that figured out already?

Hopefully the other loose front tooth will come out with the same absence of drama!

6 comments:

Puffy said...

Of course the tooth fairy is real, Isn't she?

What did the tooth fairy leave for her?

Silvergirl said...

What a cutie!

mm said...

Oh gosh, she's adorable! Thanks for sharing, mom!

Mom2BJM said...

Well, the tooth fairy couldn't find one of her "special" dollars, being a gold Sacajawea, or a Susan B Anthony, so sad to say, she only got 4 quarters. (which she promptly changed into a dollar bill from her mom...).

She normally wears glasses, has done for about year and a half. So she looks different to me here. I'm so used to her glasses now! I caught her in bed with no glasses, hair fuzzy, and in pajamas!

~Nutz said...

What a cutie pie! :)

It's really too bad that the kids at school these days talk about the tooth fairy and stuff like that. Nutzgirl accidentally found out there was no Santa Claus that way... then she told Nutzboy, who was 4 or 5 at the time. Even when I denied it, they wouldn't believe me. *sigh*

kim (weltek) said...

Ha-she's certainly not a shy one, is she? Very adorable!