Friday, January 3, 2014

Loose Tooth

My tooth is loose,
tongue tug-o-war I play.

My tooth is loose,
wobble, wiggle, sway.

My tooth is loose,
apple in my lunch today!

*POP!*

My thooth is out,
Thooth Fairy will sthoon pthay.

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  1. How exthiting, a thoose tooth! Cute poem.

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    1. Thanks, Betsy! Loose teeth are always exciting (except I'm squeamish about the blood :o).

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  2. I remember those "tongue tug-o-war"s!

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    1. I know, Mary Lee! It seems the tongue has a mind of its own when there is a loose tooth around. =)

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  3. I had more than one first grader do this, Bridget. Must share this with the primary teachers!

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    1. Thanks, Linda! Losing a tooth at school is even more exciting than losing one at home. It can be a challenge though for those teeth to make it home. =)

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  4. Lots of fun, Bridget--both my kids lost their first teeth while eating. And the thooth fairy pthayed.

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    1. Mine, too, Buffy! When they had particularly wiggly teeth that didn't want to let go an apple always did the trick. =)

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  5. "wobble, wibble, sway"--- love that! This must have been a fun one to write. :)

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    1. Thanks, Michelle! Yes, this was fun to write, but I never enjoyed losing my teeth as a child and haven't liked the process for my daughters. Thank goodness their dad is not squeamish like me. =)

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  6. What a sweet poem. Love the last lines--proof!

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    1. Thank you, Violet! The tooth fairy makes the pain worth it, I think. =)

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  7. Oh goodness, thanks for the laugh! A little person I know is very excited about showing off his loose tooth, but is not at all eager to have anyone tug it! Excitement and fear combine, but the promise of a visit from the tooth fairy wins in the end!

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    1. You're welcome, Keri! Thank you for visiting. I can relate to your little persons quandary - even as a mom! Hope the tooth fairy is generous with him. =)

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