I Ruined All Her Dreams… or something

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  1. Denise says:

    I remember my daughter being about the same age and looking me straight in the eye, “Mom, I want you to tell me something and be honest! Is Santa Claus real?”. I must have hesitated just long enough for her to realize how this question would end. Honestly, I thought she already knew. She put her hands on her hips, she was extremely angry and she said in a huff, “I guess the Tooth Fairy isn’t real either!”. We still laugh about that and she’s 18 now.

    • Joseph says:

      I love imagination. I love story telling. We take the children on all sorts of imaginative adventures so that they can have the most full childhood possible. But we always put God at the forefront so they know at the end of all the fun and games, there’s still something important.

  2. Laura Tulip says:

    This just reminded me that I once wrote some hate mail to the tooth for not leaving me any money. I was distraught and I took it very personally

  3. Jenni Petrey says:

    I’ve had to come up with some quite creative stories as to why the tooth fairy didn’t come or why the fairies didn’t visit -my daughter has a fairy door! Touch wood I haven’t been caught out yet but that day will come!

  4. Raine C. S. says:

    Oh, my parents used to say that cankers were from lying too. I believed it for a really long time.

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