Sunday, March 7, 2010

Snaggle Squared

4 days after Whit lost his first tooth, this is what he looked like:

Yep...he's a double snaggle now. And the two reeeeeeeeeally crooked teeth on the bottom??

They're about to wiggle their way out, too.

I've never known a kid loose so many teeth at once.

Of course, I've never really been interested in kids loosing teeth either, so that *could* be the problem?!?

Anyway, he's pretty snaggly right now and soooooooo stinkin' proud of himself!

I'm just wondering if the Tooth Fairy could maybe get a loan to get us through this busy phase??

I made a little album...

It's a tiny little scrapbook that fits inside an Altoids tin.

I'm in love with it. Seriously.

In love! It's so cute!

I made it with this kit. It was soooooo easy peasy!!

I've been asked about 20 times to do some crafty classes and I'm considering it, but I'm just not sure how it will go over.

Any thoughts on that?? I'd love to hear them!

And that's all for now!

We're off to the park to romp and play in the beautiful sunshine.

Happy Sunday!

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

A wee bit snaggly

It finally happened!

Whit lost his first tooth.

He was so excited I thought he was going to have a heart attack, or pee on himself or both!

Not long ago, he noticed that *ALL* the other kids in his class had started losing their teeth.

And, by *ALL* I mean the 4 boys that sit at his pod in his classroom.

So, when that top tooth started wiggling (about 3 months ago), he got very excited. Little did we know it would take a few days short of FOREVER to finally pop out.

But, pop out it did and now I officially have a snaggle tooth child!

Checking out the tooth in the car after school.

And, I couldn't resist posting this picture, even though it is very blurry, of his sister, who was every bit as excited about the lost tooth as Whit was. Bless her.

You may remember this post where I told you about my tooth fairy tins. Well, that little tin came in mighty handy on Friday night when the tooth fairy came to visit. She left Whit $5 and also let him keep his tooth. He had to write her a letter and ask if he could keep it and obviously she agreed because Saturday morning he woke with money and the tooth still in the tin!

Lucky kid.

And that's all for now!