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Friday, June 09, 2006

Going, Going, Gone

A couple of weeks ago, we discovered that Caleb had his first loose tooth (he's not quite 5 1/2 yet). Yesterday, it fell out and now we have this kind of smile:As soon as it came out, I made him a Tooth Fairy Pillow (we had gotten the fabric and pillow form already, I just hadn't sat down to sew it up). As you can see, the fabric he chose should leave no doubt in the Tooth Fairy's mind what he's wanting, but he did decide that he wanted a blue pocket to hold his tooth and the money. Thankfully, the Tooth Fairy got the message that Caleb had lost a tooth and she showed up sometime last night while we were all asleep. I have to say, I just love this age with Caleb - he's old enough to be helpful and do things for himself, but he still believes in magic. I hope everyone has a little magic of their own this weekend!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Precious! I work for a pediatric dentist and I love it when kids come in all excited about losing their first tooth. One little five-year-old came in and looked the dentist in the face and said, "What do you think about this tooth fairy thing? I think it's my mom - what do you think?" The dentist hemmed and hawed and then told the kid that it was a good question and one he should probably talk over with his mother!
Dorothy (swatching for Mystery Stole2)

9:39 AM  
Blogger Michelle said...

The tooth fairy pillow is so cute. What a good idea.

10:34 AM  
Blogger Aurora said...

Is he in Kindergarten or first grade?

What a doll! I love seeing that face. Hope his teacher makes a Big Deal too.

9:53 AM  

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