Monday, May 22
You know how you get email forwards and sometimes they have really cute pictures but you don't know the peeps in 'em? Well, MOST of you don't know this little guy, but he's the son of Tad's college roomie & childhood best friend, Frank. Frank's wife, Beth, came downstairs this morning to find him desperately trying to "lose" his first tooth (with a little help).

I hope today's the day, and I think the tooth fairy should pay DOUBLE for his ingenuity.

The funniest thing I can remember walking in on with my kids was the time I found Thomas in the pantry (door closed), kicked back in his booster chair with a bag of Oreos, nearly empty, crumbs everywhere, smile--and a smug look of accomplishment--on his face :).

  Into the pensieve on Monday, May 22, 2006
  Your thoughts, please (3)

At October 11, 2006, Blogger Malissa said...

lol! PJ has a really loose tooth--he's been dying to have one since he was 3 and now he doesn't want to wiggle it in case it hurts;)

At October 12, 2006, Blogger Pamela said...

That string and a door knob has been around a long time! Well, not that particular string..... but you know what I meant.

At October 17, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

well, I sure hope you took a pic of the oreo fiasco :)
the tales I could tell about siblings & loose teeth -- but then, they may track me down & read it ^_^


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