A couple of weeks ago Sara lost a tooth. She put it in a little baggie and was carrying it around the house for a while. When it was time for bed, she couldn't find her tooth anywhere. We all tried to find the tooth- it still hasn't showed up. Sara was pretty upset. She decided to write the tooth fairy a note that she lost her tooth. She put the note under her pillow, and the very generous tooth fairy gave her a dollar even without a tooth, but left a note (written in very tiny, fairy- like handwriting) that said, "You owe me a tooth young lady!" We were thinking that it would show up so she could offer her tooth another night, but, like I said- it never did.
Anyway, a few days ago Sara lost another tooth- yes she has many gaps in her mouth right now. She left the tooth and this note under her pillow. If you can't read it it says, "you don't have to give me eny money for this". Oh- what a sweet girl. It was so cute to see that. I love it when my children are willing to make sacrifices to do what is right- all on their own. I'm sure that was hard for her to write. Sweet Sara- she's my blessing of the day.
PS- The tooth fairy must have liked the note too, because she had compassion on her and still gave her $ for the tooth.