What you see is what you get- no fakery here.
This is the tooth that was loose that came out.
This is the Tooth Fairy that is going after the tooth that was loose that came out.
This is the Tooth Fairy that got the tooth that was going in to get the tooth that was loose that came out.
Ahh, the price of inflation! How cute, and what a lovely family tradition. And what beautiful blue eyes!Lantana
Cute! Make sure that your daughter does not see this posting ;o)
And I liked the way you wrote the posting... a kind of tongue twisting song ;o)
Sounds like your hubby had fun.I caught my grandmother placing her money under my pillow one night when she was visiting with my family and I decided that the tooth fairy was FAKE. She looked startled when I yelled "Gotcha, Ruby!!"
My husband asked me why he didn't receive money from under his pillow after losing four of his teeth, I told him that because he stopped believing in a tooth fairy, and he laughed.
Love this post! I agree with Lantana, inflation has hit even the tooth fairy!Great pics, and great woodpile too.
What a happy post, loved reading it. xo
P.S. Don't forget to send me your RL address as I am going to have a book to post you in Dec!!!!! Shhhh, haven't announced it on my blog yet...email me on email@example.com
Lantana-- Yes, I know, $2 for a tooth, but it was her front tooth so we thought it was worth it. Most people I know give $5!! Karen-- I will make sure she doesn't see this, but I usually work on my blog at night, after the kids are in bed, so hopefully, she won't see this! :o)Lisa-- I never caught my dad but I found years later, all my baby teeth in his jewelry box and finally figured out who the tooth fairy was!Trapper-- Bet my woodpile isn't as big as yours! :o)Dj-- It was fun writing it! :o) Looking forward to the book! Yay!
Hey Jenny, what a great post, so exuberant!
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