Thursday, July 10, 2008

The Tooth Fairy

Will no doubt be making her debut appearance at Chez Clampett very very soon Jnr has 2 loose teeth.

My baby boy is growing up way too fast.

We have constant wiggling and he is deigning to tell us what foods can and can not be eaten due to aforementioned teeth. We then discussed the rituals of the tooth fairy. Jnr has since learnt at school that the tooth fairy may not be real, I told Jnr that the tooth fairy only comes to those who believe. Jnr's quick reply was "Oh but I believe...."


Shannon said...

MT will be jealous when I tell him!!

Ellie said...

The 2 bottom ones - I am just quietly freaking out. He too has had major tooth envy at school. I just hope he has inherited Snr's perfectly straight teeth.

Sheri said...

As the author of a picture book about a very big-attitude tooth fairy with high-tech gadgets, one of the questions I get from school kids when I do school visits is: "Is the tooth fairy real?"

One little girl went so far as to say, "Is the tooth fairy real? Please, please tell me pretty please with a cherry on top!"

Calling her up to stand with me in front of 300 kids ranging from Kindergarten to fourth grade, I looked at her and said, "Yes, the tooth fairy is real. But like all fairies, she simply disappears when YOU stop believing in her."

That's my story and I'm sticking to it. I could never tell a kid otherwise -- because I still believe in the tooth fairy myself! ;-)

Sheri Bell-Rehwoldt
Author, You Think It's Easy Being the Tooth Fairy?
12,000 copies sold!

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