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National Tooth Fairy Day and Other Early Morning Babbling

Dear Kid,

Today is National Tooth Fairy Day. Didn’t know that? Now you do.

I don’t have any idea why it’s National Tooth Fairy Day. It seems fairly arbitrary to me.

But here’s the question I’m really thinking about. What happens when the Tooth Fairy loses a tooth? Can you take your own tooth back to tooth fairy central?

We know that the same tooth fairy picks up human and animal teeth. We know this because the tooth fairy was once late getting your tooth because of difficulties with a baby hippo tooth.

We also know that the tooth fairy picks up any and all teeth including wisdom teeth.

What we don’t know is why I’m talking about the tooth fairy.

What do you think about the tooth fairy?

Love, Mom


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Super Bowl, Commercials, and Getting Ready for Groundhog Day

Dear Kid,

Happy February! Happy Super Bowl Sunday! And Happy Groundhog Day (one day early)! Or maybe it’s Getting Ready for Groundhog Day…

That’s a lot of happy for one cold Sunday morning, and I for one plan to make the most of all this joyousness.

As you may recall, I love all things Punxsutawney Phil. I still have “Talk Dad into going to Punxsutawney for Groundhog Day” on my to-do list.

I love the top hats and I love that little groundhog face and I love the hope that spring may be on its way sooner than we thought. I love the idea that Punxsutawney Phil lives forever (like Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy only furrier).

Today I love the idea of a commercial with puppies and Clydesdales and Phil. I’m not holding my breath, but it would be pretty fun don’t you think?

It's all you little football. Well, you and the commercials. Happy Super Bowl! DearKidLoveMom.comEveryone in the land (and by “everyone in the land” I mean some people) are very busy getting ready for the Big Game. Personally, I read one column in today’s paper. Beyond that, I’m pretty sure that for me “getting ready” means making sure the Puppy’s walked and fed before game time and finding the remotes (not always the easiest thing to do in our family room).

Perhaps I should train the puppy to sniff out TV remotes. Dogs are trained to sniff out all sorts of incredible things—why not TV remotes?

In other news, today Dad discovered that Trivia Crack exists. He discovered this by reading a small article in the USA Today section of the newspaper.

Dad: Do you know about Trivia Crack?
Me: Yeah
Dad: Do you play Trivia Crack?
Me: Um, yeah.
Dad: Are you addicted to Trivia Crack?
Me: Somewhat
Dad: Really?
Puppy: Banana!

Hope you get lots of work done before you get sucked in to All Things Super.

Love, Mom


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