Who Am I?

Well, inquisitive reader, let me answer. I am a wife, a mom and I have chronic bad hair. I like made uppy words and Unnecessary Capitalization. If you know who the guy in the bottom right picture is, you're probably my best friend. Also, I own several Edward dolls which I write about HERE. No, I don't use drugs. By the way, if your love canned tomatoes, visit my stash HERE.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Happiness is...

...passing out dollar bills like I'm at a strip club.




This picture is my daughter, Addie, who lost her first tooth,
which escalated her to the official BIG KID status. 

 Lean in a little closer and you'll hear me crying.

This is in conjuncture with The Happiness Project put on by Leigh vs. Laundry.



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What makes you happy? 

24 comments:

Dee Crowe said...

Awwww...yep, that first tooth is always an emotional time.

Creative Junkie said...

Awwwww! Welcome to the big time, Mommy!

Sara said...

So cute!! My niece lost both her front teeth. She was gumming down a hot dog this weekend. Ugh.

Think how nice big kid status will be when down he road when she can run to the store for you :)

Stacey said...

So cute!! I love the missing tooth look!

Amber said...

Congrats! What's the going rate for a tooth these days? I remember getting $1-3 back in the 80's... I assume with inflation you're shelling out $5-7! lol.

Mama Zen said...

My little one is just dying to lose her first one. I know that I'll cry, too.

MiMi said...

I cried when my son lost his first tooth! It was on his 6th birthday, which birthdays are always hard on me anyway. Boo.

My Mercurial Nature said...

Big question: Did you KEEP the tooth? Visiting from The Happiness Project and sticking around! Cute blog (and I heart Edward in a major way).

Joy said...

Oh that's an exciting moment!

Teddy Started It said...

My 5yo is feeling the pressure to lose his 1st tooth - all the kids are doing it. Even his little sister -- who knocked both her front teeth out on a coffee table last summer. But Buddy Boy's pretty quick to point out that knocking your teeth out doesn't make you 'big' - LOSING them does.

Great toothless grin there:D

Cassie said...

I kind of felt the same way when my six year old lost his first. Of course he was so pleased about it, I was a little thrilled for him too.

Confessions From A Working Mom said...

Awww, how cute is she? I love seeing her little tongue poking through the gap in her teeth!

No joke, I looked at the date on your blog post today, and though, "Surely, it can't be April 20th already?" Why is it that months like April fly by, when months like February drag on FOR-EV-ER!?

~Elizabeth

Double Wide Mom said...

how cute and its one more milestone out of the way.

Kassie said...

What a milestone! Very cute picture.

w said...

is that her tongue? i still have all of my baby teeth. didn't we talk about this before?

Carrie B said...

So cute. Now on to bigger and many more firsts!

Insanitykim said...

Hmmmm...isn't that something the queen would never say?

And really, I am not sure that passing out bills at strip clubs is all that fun...I won't even explain why.

And the current rate for teeth is $5 per pop man...you owe...you owe...

Sometimes I am a smarty smarthead.

ElegantSnobbery said...

Man, when I was little, the tooth fairy shoved a tissue full of spare change under my pillow. I want my kids to be visited by your tooth fairy. She's much cooler.

Shell said...

LOL @ your strip club line!

Lemonade Makin' Mama said...

LOl I know for a fact I never got a dollar for my teeth! My kids are getting rich off their dollars around here too!

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angie128 said...

Sweet sweet sweet.

The Only Girl said...

I have an almost 7 year old that is DESPERATE to loose his first tooth. The poor thing. I guess he's a late bloomer.

leigh said...

We will be heading toward this soon at my house. I can't wait to be the toothfairy!

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