Thursday, November 10, 2011

Losing Teeth Twice

Transcript of a note that was left on Reese's nightstand in black.  
Additional commentary in blue.


Dear Ms. Tooth Fairy,

Reese lost the same tooth two times today.  The first time was from her mouth, which was a relief to Reese's mother because exceptionally loose teeth that jut out of a child's mouth and can be twisted entirely backwards tend to make her queasy.  The second time Reese lost her tooth was when, despite ample warning not to play with it, the tooth slipped from her hand and went down the drain.  Judging from the tears shed, the theatrical collapsing onto the floor, and the loud, pained yelling that immediately followed the event, she feels badly, so please forgive her and still pay her for her tooth.  If you would like the tooth, you can retrieve it from our bathroom sink.  We sure couldn't.

Thanks,
Reese's Dad (Joel)

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3 comments:

  1. Well, I'm sure the tooth fairy will make an exception there. While it might be stuck in a sink, it's still a tooth lost. Ha ha, seriously, those loose baby tooth make good stories, no?

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  2. Well, I'm sure the tooth fairy will make an exception there. While it might be stuck in a sink, it's still a tooth lost. Ha ha, seriously, those loose baby tooth make good stories, no?

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  3. The same thing happened when our son was her age. He spit his down the drain while brushing. A note to the tooth fairy from Dad was left to provide proof of the loss.

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