Thursday, June 01, 2006


Sophie FINALLY lost her tooth last night. It is one of the important front teeth. A dental rite of passage into the next stage of her life. You know....the big buck tooth stage.
It always makes me a bit sad.
And, strangely enough, Maya lost a tooth this morning. They always loose teeth at the same time. Check this out from July of last year.
She is so proud.

They still believe in the Tooth Fairy, but I am getting a bunch more questions than I used to. Note the bottom left picture/note. "Tooth Fairy, We believe in you. What do you really look like? Draw on the back."

And I did. It was a pretty good picture, too.

And this note is from Maya, you can click to enlarge it. She is allllll about the money. And the cat that I told them that they can get if they save the money for it.

Sophie added the "or a book" on the top. Because, the tooth fairy is also known to bring books.

And, if you're curious, the tooth fairy was both broke AND bookless. She got "Coins From Around The World". Two from Norway, one from New Zealand, one from Mexico and a quarter. She, thank God, was impressed.



At 9:14 AM, Blogger said...

Hee hee cute.

Though I will say that you have to promise not to offer to give their teeth back once they're adults.

My mom did that not too long ago.

Um, no thanks...

At 9:55 AM, Blogger Amy said...

very clever toothfairy!!

At 7:32 PM, Blogger rennratt said...

I like the creativity. Nooze is just starting to lose teeth. She is both fascinated and frightened by the Tooth Fairy.

At 11:17 PM, Blogger Ant said...

Ah, I thought it said they were saving up for a car, possibly a new Minty? But that would just be silly - the scene would be all set for potentially violent scenes of tooth destruction...

Like Santa Claus, there was a large time discrepancy between when I stopped believing in the tooth fairy and when I let on that I had stopped - I'd investigate if I were you...

At 8:03 AM, Blogger Fredrick Schwartz said...

In an utterly unrelated comment,(Btw the party looked awesome!), could we possibly interview you for our blog? The questions would revolve around how an average American feels about the direction your country is taking so early in the 21st century.


Fredrick Schwartz
Managing Editor-Research
The Dis Brimstone-Daily Pitchfork

At 9:37 AM, Blogger Fredrick Schwartz said...

Thank you for sitting down with us today.

1) We like to start with a softball. Boxers or brief?

2) Are you a registered voter and, if so, what do you think your vote's value is locally, state wide and federally?

3) What's your opinion of the growing relationship between religion and politics in all strata of government?

4) Are illegal immigrants entitled to amnesty?

5) What is the definition of marriage?

6) Are you concerned about your personal privacy in the wake of allegation that the NSA has vreated the largest phone call database in history?

7) Can you offer us something positive about Bush, his administration, or the GOP?

8) What do you think of the Iraq war?

9) Is the US on a crusade in the "War on Terror"?

10) Are you better off now than you were 10 years ago?

Thank you for talking with us today Shari.

You may feel free to respond in the comments section of the most recent post to our site.

Kindest regards,

Fredrick Schwartz
Managing Editor-Research
The Dis Brimstone-Daily Pitchfork


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