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Thursday, June 7, 2007

Dear Tooth Fairy,



Dear Tooth Fairy,



I am excited to tell you that I have lost my very first tooth. It's been loose for about two weeks. When I first told my mom that my tooth hurt when I was eating she said, "See, I told you if you didn't brush your teeth good enough they would turn black and fall out of your head. Now we'll have to go to the dentist to see if you have a cavity."



Then she said I might be old enough to start losing my teeth like some of the kids at my school. She told me to wiggle it. It wiggled a little. So, I've been wiggling it and wiggling it a lot lately.



Today a girl at the gym pool shoved my face with a floaty and my tooth popped out in the water. We borrowed goggles and had about 5 kids and my mom diving to see if we could find it. But, we couldn't.



So, please leave the money under my pillow and take this note. You can find the tooth in the pool at the gym.



Love, Ainsley






4 comments:

Rebecca said...

SO ADORABLE!

Janet said...

that was cute! Thanks for sharing Ainsley.

Janet said...

that was cute! Thanks Ainsley for sharing your loose tooth experience. I'm sorry you didn't find your tooth. Did the Tooth Fairy find it for you?

Tracee, is it healthy to teach kids about mythical characters?

So Sioux Me said...

Janet,

I think it helps them to develop an imagination. Also, it's really fun! The Tooth Fairy is magical therefore, of course she went and found the tooth.

We also celebrate Santa and the Easter Bunny. I figure no harm done.

Today, Ainsley had all sorts of questions about the tooth fairy: do you think the tooth fairy is big like a person or little like Tinker Bell? She thought she would probably be big or else she wouldn't have been able to cart off the note she left her last night. (which I must do a better job of hiding since the letter to Santa got returned to sender and then she found it!)

But, then maybe she could because she is magical. And she's very sure the tooth fairy is a girl and is pink.

Thursday, June 7, 2007

Dear Tooth Fairy,



Dear Tooth Fairy,



I am excited to tell you that I have lost my very first tooth. It's been loose for about two weeks. When I first told my mom that my tooth hurt when I was eating she said, "See, I told you if you didn't brush your teeth good enough they would turn black and fall out of your head. Now we'll have to go to the dentist to see if you have a cavity."



Then she said I might be old enough to start losing my teeth like some of the kids at my school. She told me to wiggle it. It wiggled a little. So, I've been wiggling it and wiggling it a lot lately.



Today a girl at the gym pool shoved my face with a floaty and my tooth popped out in the water. We borrowed goggles and had about 5 kids and my mom diving to see if we could find it. But, we couldn't.



So, please leave the money under my pillow and take this note. You can find the tooth in the pool at the gym.



Love, Ainsley






4 comments:

Rebecca said...

SO ADORABLE!

Janet said...

that was cute! Thanks for sharing Ainsley.

Janet said...

that was cute! Thanks Ainsley for sharing your loose tooth experience. I'm sorry you didn't find your tooth. Did the Tooth Fairy find it for you?

Tracee, is it healthy to teach kids about mythical characters?

So Sioux Me said...

Janet,

I think it helps them to develop an imagination. Also, it's really fun! The Tooth Fairy is magical therefore, of course she went and found the tooth.

We also celebrate Santa and the Easter Bunny. I figure no harm done.

Today, Ainsley had all sorts of questions about the tooth fairy: do you think the tooth fairy is big like a person or little like Tinker Bell? She thought she would probably be big or else she wouldn't have been able to cart off the note she left her last night. (which I must do a better job of hiding since the letter to Santa got returned to sender and then she found it!)

But, then maybe she could because she is magical. And she's very sure the tooth fairy is a girl and is pink.