Though my boys are well aware that the so-called Tooth Fairy is none other than their mother, aka me, they still look forward to find a $1 coin, under their pillow, when they wake up the following day.
Kitkit came home after school with a gift for me in his hand today.
The moment I opened the door for him, he stretched out his right arm with his index finger and thumb holding onto his pearlie tooth, “Nah!” . Then gave me that ‘I Remembered to wash it and bring it home…’ kind of look. *laugh*
Yes, I collect their baby teeth.
I do not have a nice album to keep them in, but I do keep them safely anyway.
Binbin last tooth-fall was very dramatic.
I still remember it fell after Kitkit gave Binbin a playful-punch in the face last year.
Before I opened my mouth to scold my elder one, Binbin jumped to fend his brother, “Gor gor didn’t really punch me. We were just playing.”
With no fuss whatsoever, my then 9-year-old rushed to the basin to rinse his mouth and took extra effort to make sure his tooth did not fall into the drainage. He REALLY WANTED his $1 !!! *laugh*
Are you your child’s tooth fairy too ?
Tooth Fairy Come Come Come…
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