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UncleSkillet
post Oct 6 2008, 03:11 AM
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Just wanted to share this with everyone.

Maybe you don't care and that's cool but this was a lot of fun for us tonight.

My son lost his first tooth and doing the tooth fair thing was huge.

He can't wait to have money for the icecream truck that comes down our street and it has been a lot of fun for us.



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post Oct 6 2008, 03:39 AM
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laugh.gif Funny you posted this skillet, I just pulled my 6yo daughter's 3rd tooth and she's just as exited as the first one. smile.gif

Crazy how the little things in life puts such a big smile on your face... biggrin.gif Hope he gets the biggest ice cream on the truck! smile.gif


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post Oct 6 2008, 03:46 AM
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Thanks man.

Girls lose them (there teath) sooner than the boys.

He is 6 an some change (almost 7).

He gets the biggest icecream on the truck as long as he is good and helps around the house laugh.gif


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post Oct 6 2008, 04:00 AM
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i'm remeber 1 thing almost every child in my home country when they lose first tooth ..then they wana keap him smile.gif

i'm was also colecting few of them when i'm was young laugh.gif


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post Oct 6 2008, 04:08 AM
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Yeap,

It is in a little bag (zip lock), and 2 dollars was put under his pillow. I am going to put all of his teeth in the same bag to save them for his baby book.

Thanks for your comments everyone.

This mean a lot


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post Oct 6 2008, 04:40 AM
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QUOTE (skennington @ Oct 5 2008, 10:39 PM) *
laugh.gif Funny you posted this skillet, I just pulled my 6yo daughter's 3rd tooth and she's just as exited as the first one. smile.gif

Crazy how the little things in life puts such a big smile on your face... biggrin.gif Hope he gets the biggest ice cream on the truck! smile.gif



You got that right my friend.

At least we are smile.gif though. Having kids is great!

I never would have thought this when I was a head banger back in the good old 80's with big hair.

Rock on Skennington and thanks for your post.


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post Oct 6 2008, 09:38 AM
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Know exactly what you mean, huge excitement for all smile.gif


Also a reminder of how things can go when you fail... We put the lost tooth in a glass of water over night and it turns into coins. One tooth was lost when my mother in law decided to do the dishes and poured it down the drain, still the coins could be delivered by the tooth ferry but we like to keep em.
Another tooth was a cathastrophy since when out oldest boy woke up in the morning the tooth ferry (well... me) had forgotten to put coins there so the tooth was still there. laugh.gif -Tooth ferry must have been real busy we'll try again tonight
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post Oct 6 2008, 10:21 AM
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Oh oh ... so I have something to look forward to in a couple of years time (have a daughter of 2 smile.gif)


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post Oct 6 2008, 10:50 AM
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Hehe, moments you treasure for life ^^


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post Oct 6 2008, 11:30 AM
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