Miss Lyric lost her tooth! The girls and I were all sitting on a blanket watching a movie when it happened. Lyric was eating pretzels and she had a rag that she would wipe her tooth with between bites. It had been bleeding a little and was bothering her. I don't know if it was a pretzel or the rag, but she looked up and yelled, "A piece of my tooth fell out!" I looked down at the tiny little tooth and said, "That isn't a piece of your tooth that is the whole tooth!" She was REALLY excited!
We then had to write a letter to the tooth fairy:
Dear Tooth Fairy,
I wonder where you get all your stuff like the money and if you have any lollipops, those too. And if you have any other stuff that you might get. Could you please get me a pet and can I keep my tooth? Will you still get me a surprise? And not a messy pet please.
Signed and Love,
Lyric (at the Cox family house--it is a white pinkish color with a white roof in Georgetown, Texas)
The tooth fairy left her $5.00 and this note:
Congratulations for losing your first tooth! I am sorry I couldn't bring you a pet, but I don't have much room to carry that sort of thing. Here is $5.00 and you get to keep your tooth!
The Tooth Fairy
P.S. I had a hard time finding your pillow behind the couch, next time will you please leave it out in the open:-) Thanks!
(She put her tooth pillow behind the couch so her sisters wouldn't mess with it and she forgot to set it out.)