Sunday, 13 July 2014

Silent Sunday!


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39 comments :

  1. Aww, this is so sweet and such a great idea!! x

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  2. How lovely. In France, where I live, it's not a fairy who comes but a tooth mouse!

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  3. Brilliant!!!!! Brings great memories of tooth fairy finds!

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  4. What a great idea Kim, I bet your daughter loved it x x

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  5. Awww so sweet - like Phoebe, above, we are in France which did cause much confusion when a tooth was lost when visiting the UK - WHO if anyone would take it and pay up!

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  6. Very cute! My two are just getting to the stage where they don't believe anymore sadly... :/

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  7. Lovely idea I do remember thise tooth fairy days lol

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  8. AND the fairies are computer-literate now, hehe! That's technology for you... ��

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  9. How cute! My boy keeps hoping for a wobbly tooth but it hasn't happened yet.

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  10. Ah thats is so lovely, I bet she was over the moon x

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  11. What a kind tooth fairy you have! I let standards slip completely the other day - my son handed me a tooth and I gave him £1!

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  12. Fantastic! I will bw borrowing this idea :-)

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  13. Very cute. We haven't got to that stage yet. Not sure what the going rate is in Euros!

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  14. Aww what a cute idea! Certainly something for your little one to cherish! x

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  15. That is a lovely lovely card, I bet there were happy sounds in the morning. What a lovely thing to do :)

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  16. Such a lovely idea! I bet she was made up :)

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  17. What a lovely little note. We have yet to enter the realms of teeth falling out!

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  18. Even though it was a verrrry long time ago still remember the excitement of the tooth fairy:)

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  19. Ahhh, I remember those days! My daughter was dreadful when it came to loose teeth and never wanted to pull them out. In fact she still has 2 baby teeth with new teeth behind at the age of 15! :oO

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  20. Did you know there is a font called 'tooth fairy'?

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  21. Much more sophisticated than in my day. Really, really good idea though. Emma x

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  22. Love it, that is just fab, I bet someone was smiling when they read that.

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  23. Aww how lovely, I must remember to do things like this when my kids are older, I'm more of a chuck them in the bin and tell them the tooth fairy is a myth type of person lol

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  24. Now that's special and so well done...clever Twinkle ;D
    It's sad for us because Twinkle doesn't come to visit anymore.
    Enjoy your Sunday

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  25. Love this idea, I wish we'd thought of this

    Thank you for linking up

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  26. Wow, what a brilliant idea.

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  27. Great idea - I'm going to have to do something similar when my kids reach this stage! :-)

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  28. Brilliant, what a great idea x

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  29. Where can I get those card! For future reference =) #MySundayPhoto

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  30. We do little letters, its so magical but I like the card idea :) x

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  31. What a clever mam you are! Sweet :) x

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  32. That's such a great idea! I'll be doing that too next time...

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