Friday, September 18, 2009

Brenna’s Toothless!

It finally happened- Brenna lost her first tooth Thursday night. I have heard daily reports on how many teeth her friends had lost since school started. She was convinced this childhood milestone was going to pass her by. Oh the impatience of being only 6 years old LOL Here she is in all of her toothless glory. She has a tiny lisp now that is very cute :)


journaling:  It finally happened- Brenna lost her first tooth! Her right lower incisor was loose for months and she was convinced that it would never come out. Like most things, it just needed a bit of patience. She was eating an apple at the time it finally came out. She had already figured out that the Tooth Fairy isn’t real, but we went ahead and put the tooth in Mama’s toothfairy pillow and played the parts anyway, just for fun. ~September 17, 2009
credits: Toof Fairy by Kim Broedelet and Gaye Lambert at DSO; Layered Up Template Freebie1 by Tania Shaw at FunkyPlaygroundDesigns; fonts: CK Becky

And here are a few more layouts from the last couple of weeks that I haven’t shared here yet.Brenna_StillLovesBear_7-20-

journaling: It’s been 6 years now, and Brenna is still attached to her Bear blanket. In fact, she now has two that are important bed time companions. She can go without them, but will still often ask me to go find them for her when it is time to turn out the lights. They stay home most of the time as Brenna understands that she lost her first bear on vacation and she doesn’t want to lose them.
Sketch Collection 25 and Torn and Curled Heart templates by Jen Caputo at scrapbookgraphics; Kit No. 14 by ON Designs at scrapbookgraphics; Hand Stitched Alpha by Dani Mogstad at
fonts: CK Becky

Going back in time just a bit to scrap the pictures I had of the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia on our vacation in July 2006.

description: The Franklin Institute is one of our favorite science museums. Exploring the Giant Heart, sky bike, interactive exhibits on the history of electricity, and transportation offer hours of fun and learning. Of course there is an exhibit on Benjamin Franklin's role in many of the inventions that play important roles in our lives today plays.
Steampunk by Maya at scrapbookgraphics; Template 74 by Yin Designs (modified); font: LD Old Glory


journaling: It took us three tries to finally get the pink bunny ears that the Pink Crew were handing out, as they were very popular. The Hot Hare balloon was one of our favorites this year- he was just so big and so pink!
credits: by Pixel Works at Scrapartist:
Blue Skies, pink ribbons and bird with swirl from Sunshiney Day collab with Rachel Young (retired), Blue stitch from Funky Junky Old School collab with Rachel Young and Kate Hadfield; Date Bits 19 by Misty Cato at SweetShoppeDesigns; fonts: CK Constitution, CK Becky

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Blogger jessica said...

Great layouts, Melinda! LOL about Brenna and the tooth. Joey lost his first right before his 6th birthday and I got an earful everyday about how he was the only one in class who hadn't lost one yet. Now he's obsessed with whether or not his adult teeth will be "too big for his head" when they come in. Kids!

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