Dear tooth Fairy,

Lost first tooth
Once I had a little tooth
That wobbled every day;
When I ate and when I talked,
It wiggled every way.

My tooth fell out and left a space
So big my tongue can touch my face,
And every time I smile I show
The place where something used to grow.

I will put my tooth in a pouch
And on the pillow lay to sleep
In the morn in it I will peep
And find a gift for me to keep.



7 comments… add one
  • roberta inglet

    Oh, she is getting so big. What happened to the little girl. What grade is she going in for this year?? How is Brian feeling?? We aren’t getting enough blogs please. Tell him Matt moved to Tennessee to go to Nurse Anthesist School. It is going to be a long 28 months.

  • We’ve been playing too hard! I have tons of posts I need to do, and I will soon! We’ve been following Matt and Amanda by their blog. That will be a great adventure for them. Our little princess is growing up. She starts 1st grade! I cannot believe it! Brian is doing fine. He’s got another scope in August to see where to go next. Life is busy, but wonderful!

  • Suzy

    Love the poem!! Definitely looking like a first grader with her missing tooth! šŸ™‚ The tooth fairy sure does have a lot of ground to cover! A few nights ago Malia got a visit too!

  • katie

    How exciting Kennedy! Doesn’t it feel so funny to have a little hole there?!

  • Grandmama

    Congratulations Princess! That is so exciting!! You have a very cute jack-o-lantern smile!! We love and miss you and wish we could see that smile in person!!!

  • colleen call

    Kennedy, you are getting big. I wonder how many teeth you will be missing by Christmas so you can sing “All I Want for Christmas is My Two Front Teeth”!
    Good Work with your tennis lessons. Don’t make Grandma and Grandpa look too bad when we play tennis with you this winter! XOXOXO

  • Tara

    I love it! She looks so cute and grown up! I’m glad to hear the tooth fairy travels to Japan, too. šŸ™‚

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