Thursday, October 29, 2009

Time for the Tooth Fairy

This morning Sweetie Peach lost her first tooth. She was so excited! What's odd is that two nights ago I dreamed she lost her first tooth. Yesterday she came home from school and showed me how loose it had become during the day. Then it came out while brushing her teeth this morning. Maybe there is something to be said about mother's intuition.

And, yes, that is Patch acting like a goof trying to get in the picture.

Scripture of the Day: D&C 130:20-21


  1. I totally give tons of credence to mother's intuition! I love the cover of your new book--how exciting!

  2. Adorable!!! :) Salem is still waiting to lose her first tooth! She's 7.

  3. I hope the tooth fairy at your house has a better memory than the one at mine. She always forgot to come and so we would have to put out a reminder note the second night so she could be sure and remember. What can I say. We weren't very good parents when it came to things like that. :-)

  4. The Tooth Fairy usually takes a couple of nights to come to our house. She is so busy and often falls asleep on the job. Hopefully she will make it to your house on the first night.


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