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Almost Wordless Wednesday

Today Tate came up from therapy and flashed me a smile. He was buttering me up so he could use my laptop. I caught a glimpse of a gap in his bottom teeth.


I asked where his lost tooth was. In the garbage. It’s gross. A truly lost tooth. So, yes…I went through this:

And found this:

Ahh, what I do for my kids. He is very excited, especially because Jake is so excited for him. Love it!


Comments on: "Almost Wordless Wednesday" (6)

  1. You are so funny! Consider yourself lucky. Tootles swallowed most of his lost teeth. Needless to say, I did not forage around to find it! Hope the tooth fairy will be able to handle that- looks like its worth a lot of cash to me!! 😉

  2. Hilarious. I found one of my son’s teeth wrapped up in a napkin on the book case last night. He failed to mention it to us.

    • Maybe by age 11 it’s no biggie?? Tate was pretty nonchalant about it, considering it was his first tooth. It wasn’t until Jake made a big deal that Tate was all about me digging it out of the trash…

  3. Wow! Practically grown up! LOL. And so mature about putting litter in its place — now, if only we could teach kids how to do that with candy wrappers and chip bags and well, real trash 😉

    • Oh how I wish they’d throw away their candy wrappers and fruit snack wrappers. Tate likes to hide those under the couch. He’s a guy…practicing for frat life.

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