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September 26, 2006


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hi :) I found your blog from the Nov. babies board, but funny that I also just dealt with this situation a few weeks ago too *(sniff)*

We were honest with our son as well, and asked him to keep it a secret from his little siblings (AND OTHER KIDS!!) so that he would hopefully never be the "Stacey" to someone else. He lost his second front tooth last night and today when a friend of mine asked what the tooth fairy left him, he told her how much & nothing else (YAY!!). I was very proud of him, as there were other kiddos all around.

I was sad too, I want him to be little again! Just wanted to let you know that you were not alone and it sounds like we handeled it all the same too :)

Marmite Breath

I would have had a hard time restraining myself from smacking the neighbour kid. ;)
We've had other kids tell our eldest that there's no Santa, but we talked about it afterwards and how SAD it is that those children don't get any toys.
I, too, want to keep my kids innocent for as long as possible. My daughter is almost nine and she still believes in Santa and the Tooth Fairy, but I know that when she stops believing, she'll support that beautiful lie for her brother.

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