She’s onto us…. 01 Sunday Jul 2012 Posted by sarahsjoys in Family, Parenting ≈ 7 Comments TagsFamily, Growing Up, Parenting, tooth fairy Trinity kept the note she got from the tooth fairy earlier this year. Yesterday she handed it to Andy: Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
Awwww! I once watched my parents and aunt getting all the presents ready for Christmas morning. They were laughing, and carefully wrapping things, and having a great time. It did not bother me that “the gig was up” over who was leaving the presents. I was just amazed at watching them have such a great time acting like kids, and reveling in presents and fun, all for kids they loved. 🙂
Cute! I have to admit it was a LOT of fun playing the tooth fairy and leaving the note and money for her to find. Her strategy of letting us know the gig was up cracked me up! 🙂
Is this another piece of childhood gone already? She’s got 10 days until she’s 7! She’s been pondering this for a while. She was thinking it through when I was there at Easter. This is typical “I’ll-break-it-to-you-gently” Trinity style. Gotta love that girl. 🙂
That’s very cute. Our children have both enjoyed choosing to believe in the tooth fairy (and Santa, and the Travel Fairy who brings surprises for good travellers) for a long time after they knew the truth of our role. Our daughter has just lost her last baby tooth, at 14. It had to be extracted at the dentist and we weren’t allowed to bring it home, so she wrote an explanatory note to the tooth fairy, very sweetly saying she was sorry she wouldn’t be coming again and that it had been “nice to know you”. We all speculated that perhaps someday, if she has her own children, she may become reacquainted.
That’s sweet! We may need to implement the Travel Fairy in our family! 🙂
Heidi Mittiga said:
This is so sweet. My daughter received a coin and an APOLOGY note from the Tooth Fairy on the SECOND night that she put her tooth under her pillow. (She was my sixth child, and just like the proportional decrease in photos with each successive child, the Tooth Fairy’s drop stops some times were missed for the younger ones!)
Awww! That’s too funny! At least the tooth fairy was kind enough to leave an apology. 🙂 Thanks for the follow!!