When my dogs lost their baby teeth, the doggy tooth fairy left a doggy chew in their bed. That resulted in more teeth lost and that led to more magical doggy chews.
I never saw a doggy fairy. They came silently in the night.
Henry, our little Sprocker Spaniel, lost his first tooth last week. It came shortly after my youngest sprog lost his little incisor. Excitement over seeing the tiniest tooth ever, possibly the same size as a fairy’s tooth, kept the children up way past their bedtime. The inevitable question was asked: “Will the Tooth Fairy visit Henry the same way they visited me?”
Now I don’t know if you’ve ever thought about it, but it stopped me in my tracks. Do Tooth Fairies take care of the rest of the creatures populating this earth? Are there stories of their adventures whilst snaring a tooth from a candid crocodile or wrestling a canine from a conniving carnivore? I feel my alliterations running rampant over this post! Okay I will stop. Back to the serious matter of the extended hours of a Tooth Fairy’s day.
After the precious little tooth was carefully placed…
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