Friday, December 23, 2005

All I want for Christmas....


Yes, that's right, is my two front teeth!

Michael had knocked his front left tooth out. Without going into the whole ordeal, let me just say that it was ridiculously traumatic, to say the very least. Having a six week old baby (Mina) and him not quite two yet, it all was almost unbearable.

Last night, Daddy had the privilege of yanking the other one out. Let me tell you, it was WAY less traumatizing for everyone. He is very excited about not having his front teeth (it makes him a big boy) and has found lots of fun things to do with that ginormous hole.

* the tooth fairy is a very kind lady.

"Always remember to be happy because you never know who's falling in love with your smile."

~Author Unknown


Blogger Jellyfish said...

"...has found lots of fun things to do with that ginormous hole..."

how creative!

3:00 AM  
Blogger Meow said...

He is still a cutie, with or without teeth !!

Hope Santa brings him his 2 front teeth.

Merry Christmas to you all. Take care in the holidays.

4:34 AM  
Blogger Heidi said...

oh wow such memories! Adorable as ever.

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays..All the best in 2006.

6:03 AM  
Blogger Spikey1 said...

Have not had the tooth fairy visit yet in our house. What does a good tooth go for now a days?

6:53 AM  
Blogger The Daily Rant said...


8:04 AM  
Blogger Christie said...

He's even cuter now! He's such a genius!

9:32 AM  
Blogger Suz said...

That picture is too cute. He looks so proud to show off his missing teeth.

Merry Christmas To You & Your Family!

Hugs Suz

10:05 AM  
Blogger momma of 2 said...

Love the picture... maybe he'll get them this year!

10:28 AM  
Blogger Bossy‚ô•'s YOU said...

how funny...

My 5 year daughter just lost anohter tooth last night..that makes 3 2 are that even normal to lose that many at such a young age..geesh..

I heart the toothfariy:-)

11:44 AM  
Blogger candyfortheteacher said...

OK love your blog. I wish blogging was out there when my kids were little and I was a stay home mom. My kids are 23,20,17,16. 3 girls 1 boy, poor guy. He has always gotten his own room. I was very busy. I started back to teaching when my youngest was 8. It made it easy for me to be with their schedule. My husband was a fire chief and got hurt on the job, disabling accident. I went back to work. Now is the 911 director. I could have quit teaching a few years later but we were all in the routine. I would not take a million for those days of being home with the kids. I think they are better people because of it. My 2 oldest are adopted and I know having me so involved ment a great deal.

11:47 AM  
Blogger Norman said...

heh!! I love 'toofleth' grins!! My daughter lost her upper two and bottom two at the same time. It looked like someone had gone after her with a ball-peen hammer. She loved being able to put food in her mouth through the hole!!!

**tooth fairy at our house gives out one shiny gold Sacagawea dollar coin for each tooth. It's a 'special' coin, and she LOVES that! We bought a roll of the coins online so we could continue the gold coin thingie...


1:31 PM  
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