Friday, September 14, 2007

More missing teeth!

Ok, so this is a horrible picture, unless, of course, we were actually planning to audition for the latest child horror flick. But it does show the missing teeth - of which Punkin is very proud. She has lost 3 in the last 2 months, and still thinks it is very special to get her corn cut off the cob for her. "No, SnugBug, you may not have your corn cut off - you have all of your teeth."

We were watching America's Fun*niest Home Videos tonight and one of the clips showed a man whose lower dentures fell out. Punkin was just blown away that he lost ALL of his teeth.

And for those of you keeping track - the tooth fairy was late. Again. What a scatterbrained tooth fairy we have!


8 comments:

Tracy said...

She's adorable! Oh, those days are gone for me. sigh.

Penless Thoughts said...

I read on another blog about the tooth fairy not coming. What is with this tooth fairy?!!!!
Susan

Foxy5 said...

Hey, thanks for dropping by my blog. I'll take any advice I can get to help my 4 year old sleep! :)
I love this picture of your daughter. Even though it looks like a mughsot (sorry, no offense) you can still see the excitement in her eyes over a missing tooth. Adorable. :)
We're not at that stage yet, but will be soon enough. I love little toothless smiles.

~Ginger said...

These pictures become priceless as they get older and regain all of their teeth. Such a goofy age, but still so cute!

New Teaching Mom said...

These days are gone for me too. How much does the tooth fairy leave now days? Yes, you'll have the pictures of Punkin at 6 with no teeth and then again at 12 with braces!

Penless Thoughts said...

Drop by my site. I just gave you an award.
Susan

Mary@notbefore7 said...

Oh the joys I have to look forward to :)

Heather K said...

I have to confess that our tooth fairy has the same problem...she usually doesn't make it out the first night... I figured she must have a lot of children losing teeth, that she needs to visit! :D
I see that you're all back into school... i like your style of schooling...it looks like alot of fun!