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  • Don't let the best you have done so far be the standard for the rest of your life.
    G. Swift.

    "Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, "Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, and fabulous?" Actually....who are you not to be? ..."
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April 30, 2008

Comments

Kate Austin

she is so adorable!! and that is totally something steve and I would do...one year I forgot father's day and still haven't lived it down!! xo

Nic

Thank you for being so real!
The tooth fairy left sooooo many sorry notes about lateness here :o, before it became apparent that something wasn't quite right :)
Now we can all laugh about it, these are the moments you will all remember fondly.
Nicx

Tan Rees

OMG I can so relate to the tooth fairy not coming, Blake woke up to say tooth fairy had not come I mumbled something are you sure when he was in the toilet I promptly put $2 under the glass. My theory to tell him was he was half asleep and maybe looking in the wrong place. When he went to make his bed he came back in to say " mum the tooth fairy came and left $2 under the glass and forgot to take the tooth." He was most distressed so said we could try the next night. Ooops I still laugh and that was last month.

Caitlin Domanico Photography

hehehe congrats:)

davina

Oh so cute!! Seriously though, from experience, don't get into too much tooth fairy banter, man we had it going on for weeks with my dd sending each other little notes. Hence dragging out the whole sneaking into their room in the wee hours process, its utterly exhausting. Once they start loosing them, they just keep going for about a year!! LOL

Susan Roberts

Carrie she looks so proud of herself, what a gorgeous toothless grin.

Valeska Wehr

That cracks me up!! My nearly six year old has been wiggling her teeth for months now in the hope that sooner or later one will finally pop out [because many of her older friends have already lost some and she's feeling left out!]
All good things come to those who wait???
Love the blog.

Danna

OMG that first shot is so so good!! LOL I love the color and she looks so proud!! I remember when my daughter lost her first tooth...she sat on the bathroom counter and just admired herself for a good 20 minutes!! :-D

Julie Ranee

My dd just lost her first tooth in the same spot last week! And I nearly forgot to put the money under her pillow. I remembered at the last minute and spared myself a heap of drama. lol

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