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Once Upon A Time.....


There was a five-year-old princess who had a loose tooth. It wiggled and it wobbled but it just wouldn't fall out. Until one night while brushing her teeth it was dangling by a thread. So her mother the beautiful Queen showed the little princess a magic trick and suddenly the tooth was OUT.


The princess was worried about how the Tooth Fairy would get into the house and concerned that she might scare the little princess while she was sleeping. Again the beautiful Queen mother assured the little princess that the tooth fairy was magic and had never disturbed any child's slumber before.
So the princess smiled a big smile and ventured off to dream land.
And when she awoke the next morning she was thrilled that the tooth fairy had safely removed the tooth and replaced it with.......

THIS.

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Comments

~Brenda said…
AWww ... very sweet, and very well told, I might add! :-)

~Brenda
Tim said…
Great post!

She is just the cutest!

Hope your having a good week!

Love and Prayers,

Tim
Joni said…
Wow, she is getting so old, a baby tooth gone. Alyssa just lost her first too, she is a late one.
Karen said…
Your daughter is beautiful, Brandi!
Jane said…
So cute, thanks for reminding me that it is time for Julia to start loosing teeth, it is the one thing that made me cry when it happened to James, I just hate to see them grow up so fast. I went to blogfrog for a minute the other day and need to go again and spend some time registering and figuring it out.
Kira said…
Your tooth fairy is much richer than mine was!

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