I told Reese that I didn't want her teeth to fall out because it meant she was no longer my baby because she would get big girl teeth. Those words through her off for a bit and she no longer wanted to lose her teeth like Noah and her friends at school. I had to talk her into realizing that it was totally cool if she lost them and that she would still be my baby. The truth is though, she is 6 and losing her teeth and turning into a big kid. She will though, always be my baby... just like the boys. I am so going to be that mom that calls her kids babies even when they are 50!
Reese is such a ham. She had to put on every piece of jewelry she could get her hands on and had to add the hat and glasses.December 30, 2012 -Reese's tooth was quite wiggly and it was time for it to come out. Ryan helped pull out her tooth with just a couple tries. There were a couple of tears because of the blood and because she was so shocked, but after a moment she was so excited and had to call everyone.
Reese was this excited to go to bed that first night. She couldn't wait to see what the tooth fairy would bring. She got 3 sparkly dollars - because tooth fairies need to leave some fairy dust!
This past Monday, January 21st, Reese's second loose tooth was looking like a hot mess. Her tooth was coming in behind it already and it was time to get that one out. We were in Joann Fabrics and Ryan gave it one try and it was out. This time she got one dollar and some m&ms. She did let us know that this time the dollar had different fairy dust. (They just don't miss a thing!)