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She finally got a visit from the Tooth Fairy!!
kc_94920 posted:
DD2 has been hearing all about teeth for years. The big kids seemed to always have a loose tooth, or were getting "grown up" teeth, or getting things from the the Tooth Fairy, or needing/getting/tweaking braces, getting xrays, having teeth pulled, searching for retainers,etc. Basically, for a 5-year old, she is very well versed in pretty much everything that can happen at a Dentist or an Orthodontist office.

I don't think she thought any of that stuff would ever happen to her though.... BUT she discoved a loose tooth last week and pretty much made it her mission to get it out. She was so excited when it popped out. The Fairy left her a crisp $5 bill, a book about the Tooth Fairy and some sparkly fairy dust. She can't wait for her big brother and sister to get back from camp and see her and insisted that we write to them this morning and tell them all about it. LOL!

Looks like she'll be starting school with this adorable toothless grin...

Just had to share! Hapy Monday!!
KC~ Mady (10) Logan (7.5) and Coco (4.5)
crunk05177 responded:
So cute!! It is such a huge deal for kids especially when they've seen their older siblings go through it. Congrats to her!!
Me (29), DH (31), DS1 - Michael (6) and DS2 - Nathan (3 - severe peanut allergy and an egg allergy)
baby1at35 responded:
So cute!
Me (43) 2 busy boys 7 yrs and 6 yrs
iocasta responded:
Too precious.

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