We Have Lost A Tooth: The Tooth Fairy Returns! (Pics & Video.)
The pretty twincesses are 23 months, 3 weeks, and 3 days old. I hate that February is the shortest month.
Mikayla wanted me to report to everyone that yesterday evening she lost her 1st front tooth! It literally just fell out into her hand. This is her third loss to date, but the other two didn’t seem to count quite as much because they had shark teeth growing in right behind them. There wasn’t any time with a real space there..if that makes any sense.
Now she looks like a Jack O’Lantern. (See pics.) Too bad it isn’t October :lol:. The other tooth next to it is quite loose and will go any day. I had to snap a few photos fast just in case that happens. Poor tooth fairy is broke, so I hope it doesn’t come out just yet. Uncle had to come over and say, ”That looks like a $10 tooth to me.” Thanks Bobbo. I was thinking more like $5, but…
Then after taking these pictures she went from losing a tooth to LOSING her tooth. She dropped it on the rug which normally wouldn’t be a problem, but my husband had just opened up my embroidery machine from Christmas, and was playing around with it. All of these little, minced-up, styrofoam pieces were still on the rug upstairs, and every single thing we picked up while looking, looked like a tooth, but wasn’t. How frustrating?
I was determined to find it for her, and scoured around the rug for well over an hour. My husband thought it was no big deal and I was ready to slap him. He knows I save everything, and yes to her it was a big deal to. (MEN!) After my eyes started to become fatigued my husband came back up and told her that she could write a note to the tooth fairy since not everybody has their tooth to keep and put under the pillow. That is true. I know I swallowed at least one in my day. The tooth fairy still came.
Only because she was ok with this, I was able to stop the search for the night, but will resume it today as I want the tooth for her scrapbook. At least I got some pictures in first. Here is the note that she wrote for the ‘tooth fairy’ in hopes that she’d understand. Any minute a happy child will be waking and running to me ecstatic that the fairy still made her appearance..so I have to boggie.
My baby’s new toothless grin, soon to be further toothless. They grow up so fast!
Now…..how do we get you to stop sucking that thumb at night?