Saturday, January 3, 2009

Dear Tooth Fairy, Part II

Last night, the tooth fairy visited and must have felt sorry for sweet Laura Beth. When she woke up this morning, she found a dollar on the note she wrote and was most excited! She did mention that the tooth fairy did not write a note back. I just explained that she was probably tired and in a hurry! Nothing else was asked and the dollar proudly went around with her for the rest of the morning.

Tonight, I was in the kitchen and Laura Beth came running in screaming, "I found it! I found it!" Yes sirree, she had found her tooth. Where? Under the couch! Go figure! Damon said, "Well, no wonder the tooth fairy did not find it. Who would have thought to look under there!" So tonight, another note has been written (with the tooth taped to the note):

Dear Tooth Fairy,
I found my tooth under the couch!
Thank you for the money you left last night.
Love,
Laura Beth
We shall see if the Tooth Fairy comes back to claim the tooth. Will Laura Beth get more money? Will the Tooth Fairy take the tooth? So many questions for such a little tooth.

15 comments:

Sasha said...

This is definately a story you will want to tell Laura Beth one day!! Scrapbook, scrapbook, scrapbook!!

AndreaLeigh said...

hah! at least you don't have a bloody tooth rattling around your house anymore, I guess...

feather k said...

I think Laura Beth has stumbled upon a great scam unintentionally...please do not let this get out to other kiddos...parents everywhere will have to be giving twice :)

Stephanie said...

Anxiously awaiting the outcome in Trenton!!!!

Arika said...

Now that HAS to be worthy of a little extra "dough". Ha. I love this story. She will treasure that note with tooth taped to it one day. That's one of those keepers! :) I love stories about the kids! They sure can bring a smile, can't they???

Wibeche og Rune said...

What a sweet letter she wrote:)

Kids are wonderful:)

Wibeche

Tracy P. said...

That is super cute! I LOVE the notes that kids write. My kids have been writing notes back and forth to each other while we are riding in the car today. How lucky am I! Thanks for stopping by. Your blog and kids are adorable.

Veggie Mom said...

True story: I was cleaning out the kids' bathroom after they went off to college last fall, and found a tiny little plastic container. Filled with? You guessed it! I think my youngest must have asked the Tooth Fairy to save her deposits for her!

BTW, I've got a Giveaway goin' on at my place...please drop by and put some POP! in your New Year!

Trying to Stay Calm! said...

~HAPPY NEW YEAR~ Just wanted to remind you the Happy New Year offer ends Mon. Jan. 5th at noon for the free 8x10 print. Spread the word for people to post and e-mail David Bowman by then :) Have a beautiful Sunday! ♥ Hugs! Shauna

graceunbound said...

Too cute! Reminds me...the tooth fairy still owes my son some money for the tooth he lost at school...

The Arthur Clan said...

That is just the sort of thing that would happen to me too! So funny. :)

Brenda Jean said...

Wow, what a mystery...what WILL the tooth fairy do?

bloggingexperiments said...

Sweet post! I know from personal experience that the tooth fairy does indeed, claim lost teeth...and sometimes does leave notes too (if she's not too busy that night). Great job in finding it Laura Beth!

Yaya said...

Aww!

Christine aka Mistress of Cakes said...

Lol, what a cute story. I have a 18 month old and a 6 month old. I can't wait till we get to moments like these!

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