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I totally forgot about these pics I snapped a few weeks ago.  I love capturing photos of the kids right after they get their hair cut.  Ben was so proud of his temporary mohawk while Jordyn was thrilled with the hair clip the beautician gave her.  Nathan gave me his typical silly “get the camera out of my face” face.


Little update:  Ben’s two bottom teeth are loose right now.  At first he was concerned and told me, “I’m going to go brush my teeth so that they won’t fall out.”  Once I explained to him that it was good that his teeth were loose and meant that he was becoming a big boy, he immediately let Nathan know that as soon as his teeth fell out, he would be able to run as fast as him.  I didn’t have the heart to break the bad news to him that he would probably be in competition with his brother the rest of his life.  :) Nathan was sure to inform Ben all about the tooth fairy.  Later, he whispered to me that he knew the tooth fairy and Santa Claus weren’t real, but he would keep that a secret.  If I know Nathan, that secret won’t last long.

  • Dot O - You have the most beautifully photogenic kids I think I’ve ever seen! Oh, and I hear the going rate for a lost tooth can be upwards of $25. The tooth fairy better be saving her money!ReplyCancel

    • Andrea - The tooth fairy has always been generous since it took everything to get Nathan to even give up his tooth. But, $25? Wow! Our tooth fairy is not up with the times. :)ReplyCancel

      • Gail@SophisticatedSteps.blogspot.com - Haha! I agree. My 10 yr. old said a classmate got $50! WHAT?

        A couple of weeks ago, we did give our son $5, but that’s because he had THREE teeth pulled in one dentist visit! [Horror.]

        Come to think of it, I think we were totally cheap on that one.

        Poor thing. 😉ReplyCancel

  • Life with Kaishon - I missed getting your blog updates. I hope it is working now. You know your family is one of my favorites. It was so good to talk to you today. You made the craziness of the day fly away. : )ReplyCancel

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