Wednesday, March 25, 2009

The Tooth Fairy

At our house, quite frankly, SUCKS. The last time someones lost a tooth, it took three nights and lots of gentle (and not so gentle) reminders. *sigh* Until finally the tooth fairy was let in through a window while the kids were eating breakfast.

I am impressed though, Last night Natalie lost ANOTHER tooth - she now has absolutely NO front teeth. Not a one. All four are now gone, and we all need umbrellas when she talks (the spray is AMAZING...just as she adjusts her speech for the lost tooth, another falls out!)

Anyways, she lost another tooth, and the fairy remembered to come! The same night the tooth fell out!

Thanks Tooth Fairy. Maybe our Tooth Fairy karma is starting to look up a little (or could it be that the tooth didn't fall out until 9pm last night so the whole event was still fresh in our memories..)

How is the tooth fairy at your place?


Carey-Life in the Carpool Lane said...

No tooth fairy here yet! That is too funny about her being late your place. I'm guessing the tooth fairy will be prompt for the first couple of lost teeth...after that who knows?

:) Tiff said...

she has had a memory lapse once. We made sure that she didnt forget again by writing a letter and sticking on my DD door, which adjoins my office/scrap space.
A bit hard to forget when its in her face. LOL

Phrog said...

Damn Tooth Fairy, I`ve had this link : in my random links folder for a while not knowing if i`d ever have think about it again, this kicked off the memory.

Jillene said...

The tooth fairy at oru house is kind of forgetful too. Oops!!

Chloe said...

The Tooth Fairy is yet to visit our place cos my daughter is still too little.

My little sister has just lost her first two teeth and I was shocked to find that she receives $3 instead of the $2 I used to receive. I think the Tooth Fairy is a little inconsistent!!!

Felicity said...

oooh, what a sweet tooth fairy story!!! :)
The things I get to look forward too!!! :)
Felicity x

Paige said...

How cute. I'd love to see pics of her missing teeth! The Tooth Fairy is super slow here, but we always blame it on the kids over-looking the money that was right there all the time. ; )

Vernell said...

Wow, this is cute. I miss those tooth fairy stories. Last time I heard about them was when I was a kid. I guess I'm the one telling the stories to my daughter now. Well, as expected, she got excited an all about a fairy visiting her. Even though that's the case, she still takes care of her teeth, just like what the dentist at Mount Pleasant dental told her. She brushes her teeth 3 times a day, and she's not much of a sweet tooth, too. We're actually on a vacation, now. I've been trying to share dessert with her, but she keeps rejecting it. She told me that she wants to go to the dentist for his stories again back at Mount Pleasant. Dentists there sure are loved by the kids.