Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Notes

Here's the translation:

 Dear Tooth Fairy.
I ate my tooth.
I didn't want to.
Do you Believe me?
 Very SORRY.
 No tooth.
Love Jessica

9 comments:

Pat said...

hahahaha...that is so cute. I have a little granddaughter named Jessica who is patiently awaiting the loss of her first tooth. (She was 6 early in June and hasn't yet lost one.) I could see her writing such a note, too!!!

Kathleen said...

ROFL...soooo cute! that's a keeper

Hillbilly Handiworks said...

Oh, I hope that she got a treat from the tooth fairy anyway!

Anonymous said...

So very precious. Thank you for the visual. Amy told me what happened and it was more than dear to see it. Aren't kids the most amazing and inspiring angels? Thanks again for your continued documentation of family history.Love, Mom

kat said...

too funny

"Lois Grebowski" said...

That makes me smile. I'm sure the tooth fairy will understand. I lost one in a tuna salad sammie once and I still got my quarter...

Jess said...

quilt that! lol jk. Very funny. Keeper for sure.

Sarah said...

That's hysterical! I love it!

Anonymous said...

Oh that's funny; thanks for the laugh :)

-Rob