Morning, Noon, Night

Today was going to be the first day of linking up with Kim at Mothering with Mindfulness. I was really looking forward to it.

But then we took Littler Boy to the dentist yesterday morning for 2 crowns (not a great morning pic) and we left the office with 2 crowns, a root canal, and an extraction. Drooling vanilla Frosty while zoned out in front of the Fraggles was our noontime (again, not a fabulous photo op.) Evening saw Littler return to nearly his normal self, just a little extra cranky. The running around, screaming, and smacking that we saw was also not something I grabbed the camera for. In other words it was not a day that anyone would want to see glimpses of.

The good news is that the Tooth Fairy came and left someone a Toonie. That’s what his brother got for his lost teeth and he doesn’t mind that it’s not immediately spendable here in Texas. And it’s a new day. And next week will be a new chance to link up. And there are no more dentist trips planned as of right this moment. (I’m not thinking about the fact that Bigger and Baby Girl need cleanings, at least not  for today.)


About *kate

A mama looking for a little piece of peace in her day.
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7 Responses to Morning, Noon, Night

  1. quiltykanuck says:

    Now I know we are fellow Canadians if the Tooth fairy left Toonies!
    Poor little guy. I can totally appreciate you keeping this off the camera!
    We will be here next week to share with you!
    I decided to join in as well, but I’m doing mine on Sunday night.It will give me a chance to share images with all my family here, not just me and my son. 🙂 Hope you’ll stop by and hope your little man feels better soon!

    • *kate says:

      We lived in Canada for 5 years before moving down to Texas. Our youngest two are Canadian-American and Littler Guy is very proud that that makes him special 🙂

      • quiltykanuck says:

        Ah! Yes, we are in the process of getting our little-ones doubled-up on citizenships (my husband is American, newly Canadian citizen).

      • *kate says:

        We didn’t find it that bad a process. The worst part was the trip to the consulate with a newborn and sibs each time. But as Americans it was nice to bypass most of the waiting. I hope it goes smoothly and easily for you!

      • quiltykanuck says:

        It really is just a formality. They have the possibility so why not kinda thing. We are not in any hurry so it can take however long it takes. They are only 3 yo and 7 mo so it’s not like they will be looking for jobs down there any time soon. LOL! Thank you for the encouragement!

  2. Oh no! Sounds like he handled it all well. Looking forward to having you join in next week. xo

  3. karen says:

    oh, dentist woes 😦 My son had to have two root canals done on the top two front teeth when he was 7 & 8 years old……rollerblading accident. He has the most expensive mouth in this house. He had to have a dental implant on the one while in high school!!! Hope he feels better soon 🙂

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