Dimples lost one of her front baby teeth last night. She tucked it into the special Tooth-Fairy pillow. As we talked about the Tooth Fairy coming, Honeybee told us about the tradition in Ethiopia. After losing a tooth, a child throws it onto the roof of the house and recites a poem about a bird coming to take it away. If I understood her correctly, the bird takes the tooth and makes it into a new permanent tooth which then grows in.
How interesting is that?
As I was searching information trying to confirm this Ethiopian tradition, I came upon this book:
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I think I may have to check it out.
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