Tuesday, September 9, 2014

An Itty Bitty Note

This little boy lost yet another tooth this weekend. It's one that isn't too obvious.

He said to Mica, "I'm going to write a letter to the Tooth Fairy, I'm going to make her a picture, and leave her a feather. She'll like the feather Mom!"

I helped him spell out what he wanted to say. He wrote with yellow on a white piece of paper. Oh so hard to read. ;) His note thanked her for coming to his house every time he looses a tooth. His picture was a paper collage. He likes gluing and taping all different papers together.

He said, "I'm going to stay up really late, and catch her."

The Tooth Fairy wrote a note back to Isaak on shimmery shiny paper. She wrote the note in tiny handwriting.

It said:

Dear Isaak,

Thank you for the lovly note. It was really kind of you. I'm glad you didn't wait up for me. I simply can not be seen. Little kids like you need your sleep in order to grow. 

Have a good day tomorrow. Don't forget to tell your teacher about losing a tooth.


The Tooth Fairy


Masshole Mommy said...

Awww, that is so sweet. How nice of the "tooth fairy" to leave such a nice note for him ;)

Jamie | Jamie's Recipe said...

Love his shirt (and his sweet heart).

Cascia Talbert said...

That is adorable! My daughter wrote to the tooth fairy a couple of times after she lost her teeth. Glad to hear that the tooth fairy wrote back to Isaak.

Theresa Mahoney said...

That's sweet that she wrote back. Mine just dumps glitter all over the place for me to have to clean up later lol.

Rhonda Albom said...

Starting with the first tooth the tooth fairy left poems for my girls. She always came in through an open window and left a trail of glitter fairy dust. (Hubby didn't like this part). It got harder and harder for the tooth fairy to come up with poems.

~ Noelle said...

Cute! Broxton wants to lose a tooth so bad... you just have no idea ;0


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