Friday, September 6, 2013

My Little Monkey

This has been a big week for Keeghan!! On Tuesday night he lost his first baby tooth! He was so excited because it's been loose for awhile and the other 3 kids have been telling him about the tooth fairy and promises of GOLD! ;) Then finally, finally it was loose enough that he let me pull it out. Woohoo!!


So excited!!!

Then before bed, he kept saying, "You know, the tooth next to it is REALLY loose too. Like REALLY loose!" Frank said, "Oh yeah? Let me see..." And a few minutes later, he looked like THIS: 


I guess he wanted to keep the Tooth Fairy busy... or he was nice enough to only make her come one night! ;) Doesn't he look so freaking cute with his missing teeth?! I just love it! haha!! 

The next morning he was thrilled to find that his siblings were right and the Tooth Fairy did indeed visit him. 
And she even left GOLD! ;) 

That afternoon, Keeghan started running club at school. He has practice 3 times a week and then has 3 "meets" where he will go race against several other schools in our area. He is really excited to try this out and he worked hard at practice and came home exhausted!! Frank ran track and cross country in high school so he is excited to share his love of running with Keeghan since the rest of us would rather die than run a mile! HA! I will post more about his new adventure as his season continues. :) 



That's it for my little guy for now!

3 comments :

Amanda said...

Ha! I'm with the rest of you who would rather die than run a mile! But go Keeghan! And he does look adorable with his missing teeth!

Anne B. said...

HAHA!! He IS a little monkey! Too funny that he was so quick to want the 2nd tooth out. The pictures are priceless! Good luck Mr. Monkey Fire Chief with your running! Run, Keeghan, Run!!! (((HUGS)))!!!

Lynn said...

All that running should help to release a lot of energy!
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