Isabelle has longed for this day.
Ever since her older-by-only-5-months sister Sophie lost her first tooth.
8 and a half loooong months ago.
It’s been weeks since her tooth actually got wiggly, and every night at bedtime she would wiggle it furiously.
And query me as to when I thought she might lose her tooth.
And then she’d regale me with tales of all the things she would to do when she actually lost her tooth.
And she’d end it with a reminder that, as the tooth fairy, I should be sure to have a few bucks on hand. For the big event.
Last night was just like every other. As I was tucking her and Sophie in bed she was wiggling it furiously.
And she told me she thought it was ready to come out.
So, like I had a half-dozen times in the days before, I grabbed a hold of it.
And when it popped out, I’m not sure who was more surprised.
I think today is going to be a good day for my girl.
Happy 1st Tooth day, sweet Isabelle.
Ohhh, sorry, so not a tooth person, my kids actually have been known to chase their amazing mother around the house with their recently fallen teeth, just to see me pass out. *sigh* I can give Birth with no pain meds, but I can not under any circumstances pull a tooth. Everyone has their own kryptonite.
My daughter will be six in a couple of weeks and hasn’t a loose tooth at all….probably won’t lose her first tooth until she’s seven. But Yeah!
Congrats Isabelle!!!! What a wonderful way to start the weekend!!!!
Football & Fried Rice says
love, love, love it!! Have you read Silverlicious?? Cant get enough of it!
I cant pull teeth either – that’s the hubs’ department! And Mya? can.not wait to lose teeth!
It’s the amazing little things in life that make our kids and GOD so special! Congrats beautiful girl…
she is fabulous
Congratulations Isabelle!! That is so cool!!
YAY!! Congrats to Isabelle! My Ahnalin still has not lost a tooth, to her everlasting disappointment. She is sure that she will reach the ancient age of 7 without losing her first. Every day she asks me to check her teeth, to see if one wiggles. Alas, nary a wiggle.