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Monday, April 4, 2011

First Toof

My baby has lost his first tooth on Saturday.


Fine he's almost 6, he's not a baby. Whatever.


I'm having a hard time with this. His first tooth. Gone. Right up front, too, so I see it every time he smiles.  And he's got like 5 other teeth that are loose. They're going to start falling out like a meth head's teeth fall out. I know this. But the first one? Crushing me. 


Murphy's Law, we had an appointment scheduled for pictures Saturday. I needed updated pics of the kids and well, now this day is professionally documented.  Sigh. He's a cute little turd, isn't he?


I'm a sap.

Again, whatever. 


Just let me wallow in this milestone, will ya?  


Blogger Poppy said...

Agreed, much cuter than a meth head. What's the going rate for a tooth these days?

4/4/11, 10:54 AM  
Blogger Bethany said...

I was going to ask the much does a tooth cost??

4/4/11, 10:57 AM  
Blogger Ashley said...

Ah.. the teef when they start to go it's so bittersweet :)

4/4/11, 11:00 AM  
Blogger MommaKiss said...

The kid got $5. He thought he was getting $10 because some liar of a classmate said that's what he got.

Also? Good thing my friend A stayed over that night. With cash. Or he'd have received a check.

4/4/11, 11:08 AM  
Blogger John said...

I love the thought of a check from the Toof Fairy.

Don't worry about wallowing. I had a conniption yesterday when my 9 month old daughter grabbed a hold of a table leg, dragged herself into a standing position, grinned at me with her 3 1/2 teef and said "Hi!"

Bastards won't listen when we say "stop growing".

4/4/11, 11:27 AM  
Blogger Jenni Chiu @MommyNaniBooboo said...

Wallow away, my dear.
I'm gushing over molars coming in... I'll be a big puddle when a tooth finally comes out!

Saps are sweet.

4/4/11, 12:01 PM  
Blogger Julie said...

I've definitely had to borrow Tooth Fairy money from people unlucky enough to be with me when I remembered "Crap! I have no cash!"

This is because I never have cash. Ever.

Hang in there, mama. We all understand the wallow. For sure.

4/4/11, 12:07 PM  
Blogger Kmama said...

I had a hard time with the first tooth too. And then, yes, they all came falling out like a meth head. He's lost 9 and he's only 6.5. *sigh*

4/4/11, 1:06 PM  
Blogger Jessica said...

He still looks cute even though he is toofless.

If you do the whole tooth fairy thing just make sure you put the tooth somewhere he can't find it later on.

4/4/11, 1:10 PM  
Blogger Liz said...

What's the going rate from the Fairy?

The timing with the photos could not be worse!

4/4/11, 1:20 PM  
Blogger Alexandra said...

PERFECT blessed by heaven timing.

To have fam pix and his first toof lost documented.

I always made a special appt for the first toof being gone, and a prof. pic.

And you? You got it for nothing.

Way to go, universe. Sending momma a break.

Thank you

4/4/11, 1:20 PM  
Blogger The mad woman behind the blog said...

I'd like a picture of the toof fairy, in all her glory.

Damn he's cute! Wallow sister, wallow.

4/4/11, 1:24 PM  
Blogger Kate Pantier @ Mommy Monologues said...

Does taking pictures AND video of the first time my kid ate solid foods qualify me as a sap? Uh...I don't think there's a name for how sappy that is. Lol

Trust my I'll take a million pics when my kid loses his first tooth!

4/4/11, 1:27 PM  
Blogger KLZ said...

I think it's unfair of nature to allow their body parts to fall off.

4/4/11, 1:38 PM  
Anonymous Kimberly is terrified of the dentist said...

Come to Momma Kim. We'll get through this. Just this morning my son wanted to stand up to pee in the toilet "Just like Daddy" and by golly, he stood up on that stool proudly and aimed is willy right into the bowl and peed. No splashes. None. Heck, he did it better than Daddy.
Anypiss, I had a moment. I may have cried a bit.

4/4/11, 2:53 PM  
Blogger Cameron said...

He is a cute little turd.
And I love his crown and glasses. Are those an upgrade from the photographer? ;)
Congrats on the toof--to both of you.

4/4/11, 3:17 PM  
Blogger Mrs. Tuna said...

Wait until he loses another front one and then everytime he talks he'll be spitting on you.

4/4/11, 3:40 PM  
Blogger essbesee said...

I'd be blubbering like a baby. My five and a half year old's preschool buddies are losing them right and left and he is dying to as well. I just keep thinking I'll pick it back up when it falls out and tape it back or something. I am in big denial over this "baby tooth" sitch, I feel ya.

4/4/11, 3:45 PM  
Blogger Jen said...

Girl, I hear ya. Hayden lost 2 teeth at once. Now that is just not fair!

4/4/11, 4:52 PM  
Blogger Shell said...

Oh, he's a cutie! My 6y/o has a wiggly tooth and I am sad. They get so big so fast!

4/4/11, 5:04 PM  
Blogger Ducky said...

Oh I'll be right there with you. I put the deposit down for LilDuck to attend preschool NEXT fall and I wailed all the way home....sniffle....its so hard. Don't they know how hard it is?!

Pass the ice cream please....

4/4/11, 8:42 PM  
Blogger alicia said...

Nothing better than the toothless pics. Awww. So stinkin cute.

4/4/11, 9:32 PM  
Anonymous Making It Work Mom said...

Aw!!! It is almost like it shocks us when that first tooth falls out! He is super cute.

4/4/11, 10:55 PM  
Blogger Sweaty said...

I hear ya!!! cos it took me days to get over the loss of my lil girl's first tooth. I hold on to it with my dear life, and then of course my lil one had to accidentally forgot where she put it, and so I lost that first tooth and had a fit all over again.

4/5/11, 3:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think $5 is fair! I hope inflation doesn't hit before my youngest starts losing his...I'll end up broke!

4/5/11, 2:17 PM  
Blogger The Little Hen House said...

Oh- it's so cute I can hardly stand it.

4/5/11, 6:38 PM  
Anonymous TheNextMartha said...

Teeth totally creep me out so when my son started losing them? I just didn't want them to keep falling out. I think he's done for now. Which is good. SO gross. After the 3rd one you'll be ok.

4/5/11, 9:43 PM  
Anonymous Not Mom of the Year said...

Just reminds me of how time flies. My littlest just turned one last week, and I am still in a funk.

4/6/11, 1:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

aww, so cute. isn't that always the way? you make the picture appointment the tooth falls out.
Like you, just the other night I referred to my 5 y.o. as "my baby." I'm really missing him being back at work. It's totally caught me off guard. Harder than when i went back from maternity leave.

4/6/11, 7:25 AM  
Anonymous Erin I'm Gonna Kill Him said...

I was worried 6 was a meth head. This proves it.

4/6/11, 7:31 AM  
Anonymous Megan (Best of Fates) said...

Tomorrow is college.

I'm sorry, too harsh?

4/6/11, 9:50 AM  
Blogger Lisa..... said...

$5! Generous.
When my kids used to say their friend or whatever got $10 from the toothfairy, my husband would explain supply and demand to them. He would tell them the amount depends on how the market is doing. The tooth market.

4/6/11, 11:29 AM  
Blogger kim said...

pass that outfit on down to me, kay? Thanks. Violet just lost her 5th tooth this morning and it pains me. So much. Makes them look so old! Which makes me old. Wait. Never mind.

4/6/11, 4:27 PM  
Blogger The Sisters' Hood said...

LOVE that toothless grin - they are the best :)
We did $20 a tooth for the first four - no kidding. Tooth came out late at night, nothing under a $20, another the night after ... we had not learned.
So it became $20 for the first four, then after that The Tooth Fairy brings as many dollars as the number of years you are ... don't ask me where I came up with that?
btw, we were NOT popular at school

4/6/11, 5:13 PM  
Blogger Michelle said...

So freaking cute. I'm dreading mine getting to that stage, you blink and they're grown. It's not fair.

4/6/11, 6:05 PM  
Blogger gopopgo said...

Definitely a cute turd. *sigh* This reminds me how fast D1 is growing up.

4/7/11, 9:16 AM  
Blogger McKenna said...

I thought I was the only one that got all sappy when my kids lose teeth. I used to cry every time with my oldest. I realize I have to get it together before my younger ones start losing teeth. They are so close in age I will be blubbering daily.
He looks adorable!

4/7/11, 10:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It won't be long before my oldest loses one. I cried when he told me one was loose. It turned out it wasn't really loose. I'm a goon.

4/10/11, 11:09 PM  
Anonymous Mo diggity said...

I know this is about teeth . . .but that picture? ADORABLE!!!!!

4/17/11, 2:49 PM  

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