From Tracie: Post-It Notes Tell an Important Story

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Post-It Notes Tell an Important Story


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38 comments:

  1. how fun! Visits from the toothfairy!

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  2. That was a perfect Post It post.

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  3. LOL! I can't even tell you how many teeth I have buried somewhere in my house because they fell out and were never found.
    Good thing the toothfairy is a forgiving gal ;)

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  4. Oh man I hate when that happens! We have had a few cases of the Tooth Fairy forgetting to stop by... That is NEVER good!

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  5. Our tooth fairy sometimes forgets. Yea, she's lame like that.
    Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting on my blog!

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  6. Yay for your daughter! My 6 year old really wants to lose her first tooth. All of her friends have lost their plus some!

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  7. I remember my first visit from the tooth fairy. I lost mine too and cried for hours. Eek! Big girl teeth... here we come! :)

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  8. Yay for the tooth fairy. He always left quarters under our pillows that eventually turned into five dollar bills, lol. Happy Tuesday!

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  9. By the way I am your newest follower and I put your button on my button love page on my blog!

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  10. oh, and she's so cute with her smile.. it will come out soon.. :) happy TCP!

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  11. Gerat use of notes- short and sweet- I love it! Oh, and now I am followin gyou- YEA- stop bu my place when you can ;-)

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  12. Yay for new teeth...at some point...how much does youro tooth fairy leave K?

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  13. My niece lost her first tooth. Like literally LOST it... she kept telling her mom & dad, "Its under the couch"... but it wasnt. We think she swallowed it. We think that because then she had another loose tooth & she refused to eat. Literally, had to be taken to the hospital because she wouldnt eat... we think she thought she'd swallow her tooth again if she ate... kids are so funny!

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  14. Yay for lost teeth! The tooth fairy will leave some goodies, I'm sure!

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  15. Love it! We have lost a tooth before only in the mulch. Lukily we found it, but my daughter was quick to tell me that the tooth fairy still comes!

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  16. Hope the tooth fairy found it before someone stepped on it in the middle of the night.

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  17. She looks so cute! I love the missing front teeth look :)

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  18. Aw- how sweet!
    Have a great Tuesday! http://harrietandfriends.com/2010/04/whoaaado-turn-ac-turn-car-ignition/

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  19. I love your PINs. Perfect,lol

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  20. Woo hoo, tooth fairy. What a cute picture. It always amazed me that my kids would get so excited about MISSING TEETH!

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  21. Fun! The tooth fairy hasn't visited here in awhile. My son's already done with that, my daughter has a few more to go. Not sure when though.

    Thanks for sharing. Hope you have a great day♥

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  22. How exciting for her! Hope the tooth fairy found it and made good!

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  23. Ethan lost two teeth like that. One in the house, after I told him not to play with it, and the other on a class field trip to the swimming pool. It's in a drain somewhere I'm sure. He didn't even know he lost it. He cried when I told him it was gone.

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  24. LMAO! Good job, make the tooth fairy work for it! :)

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  25. Hi Tracie, nice to meet you my name is Tracey. It's my first time here, so I thought I'd leave you a note.
    I admire what you're doing and your transparency. Please continue being a fighter.

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  26. My daughter lost a tooth once at the monster truck rally. We were combing the seats til we found it, but it was hard because it's surprising how much it blended in with all the tiny fragments of popcorn. lol

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  27. LOL... we lost one this week too... not "lost" lost...just lost.

    Have a great week.

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  28. dude. that's alot of comments!
    losing a front tooth is memorable. especially when your sister pulls it out (when it's not particularly ready) and then rinses the gushes of blood (and the tooth) down the sink drain.
    ahhhh. the memories!
    hope the tooth fairy is feeling generous tonite!

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  29. oooh...how fun! I am far from those days. Well, knock on wood. I am hoping my boys don't end up knocking a tooth out....every day is just one miss-step away from a crash!

    www.melonbelly.blogspot.com

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  30. Looks like a "first". Congrats to your little girl. Hope the tooth fairy leaves something nice.

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  31. That was so cute Traci. Being a kindergarten teacher, I thought I knew where you were going after about the third post it. Doesn't she look adorable.! This is such a sweet post!

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  32. How cute is she?! We haven't experienced that yet, but our 6-year-old *got* teeth late so I'm sure within the next year or so! :-)

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  33. Loosing a tooth is always an exciting thing!! Thanks for the comment on my blog this evening. I played around with html code. Could you do me a favor and see if my sidebars are still at the bottom when you view it?

    Thanks a bunch!! I appreciate it!!

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  34. How sweet! I remember when my oldest lost his first tooth. He freaked out ;)

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  35. Oh, that was hysterical...I scolled down, thinking in my head...needle? No... grain of rice? No... crochet hook? No...

    And then saw the sweet picture of daughter and caught on.

    Usually I'm much quicker than this. ;)

    Great post!

    Lori @ In Pursuit of Martha Points

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