Wednesday, December 26, 2007

The magic is alive and well.

I'm not sure if I've mentioned this, but BubTar was deeply regretful after selling his first tooth to the Tooth Fairy for a paltry sum of money. He woke up two dollars richer and eyes full of tears. It was his TOOTH! His baby tooth! He was going to keep it forever! He wanted that tooth back, but all sales are final in regards to the Tooth Fairy or so we thought.

It seems that Santa (yes the very same Santa who tracked down a certain Bionicle) was able to talk to the Tooth Fairy and pull a few strings and retrieve that long lost "Toothy".


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You should have seen his face. It was priceless. Priceless.

I am so thankful that we've been able to enjoy yet another magical year with BubTar. I know the number is finite and somewhere in the not-so-distant future will end altogether, but for now I am completely happy having a little boy who wholeheartedly believes that Santa has the foresight and clout to get a lamented tooth back from the evil clutches of the Tooth Fairy. And that, to me, is the joy of Christmas, alive and well for one more year.


20 comments:

carrie said...

No Way!

You are the coolest mom on the planet!

jen said...

THAT was an excellent thing you did there, woman. absolutely excellent.

Hetha said...

Oh you are so AWESOME!
Merry Belated Christmas and I hope you are on the mend friend.

flutter said...

Dude. That rocks so hard.

Mimi said...

Ah yes, I remember the crisis with the tooth. What a great gift!

This year, we're just still basking in the fact that Munchkin loves Santa because he's round and jolly and smiling: she has no idea at all that he brings presents. Or that she should expect presents. Or that 'Krimpas' is about anything besides songs and books and decorations.

That time IS short, huh? Hold it close to your heart ...

Becca said...

You ARE BRILLIANT!

Kristin said...

I think that is so great. I love that BubTar is so sentimental and that Santa...what a guy.

I'm so loving your Rebelious pictures.

Nice.

painted maypole said...

your camera rocks.

and OF COURSE all the magical beings are in cahoots - don't they all hang out at the same country club or something? ;)

nomotherearth said...

Nice job!

Julie Pippert said...

That is awesome!

~aj~ said...

Way to go, Santa! That was a fantastic idea!!!

Mama Drama Jenny, the Bloggess said...

Best. Christmas. Present.

Ever.

jo(e) said...

That tooth story is so funny and sweet!

Don Mills Diva said...

That is so great! This is a story he will tell his whole life...

Julie said...

Your creativity and commitment amaze me. It'll be amazing if the girls believe in Santa next year! My little white lies have too many holes.

Junie's Blog said...

It'll be a sad day when the magic ends. Matthew asks a lot of leading questions but when confronted, he defers to the magic.

I'm glad Bubtar got his tooth back.

Anonymous said...

This is Natalie

Wow...Your Santa has some SERIOUS connections! What a great idea for him to contact the evil keeper of baby teeth and bargain to get the tooth back!

I'm so glad you got the Rebel...you'll love it. I hope you're feeling much better now!

dawn224 said...

That's so great - lucky you have a line to Santa Claus!

kittenpie said...

That is too awesome, Kyla.

Jade, Will and Illy said...

What a fabulous thing for you to do! I love it... That ol' Santa, he always comes through!