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Have You Brushed Your Fish Today? 04/06/08

Last night when I getting Harriet ready for bed she said: "I need to brush my fish!" Brushing her teeth is the last step in her night time routine but I couldn't place why she was talking about fish. I'm thinking, "what fish?" but she is adamant, "I have to brush my fish!"

I get her into her footed pajamas and take her into the bathroom. As I sit her on the sink's counter it hits me. We recently replaced our old duck shaped toothbrush holder with a fish themed one. She points right at it, "See my fish! I need to brush my fish!"

So have you brushed your fish today?

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Comment #1: Sunday, April, 6, 2008 at 22:31:41

Bunny

LOL. What a cutie!"



Comment #2: Monday, April, 7, 2008 at 22:49:36

Frances

Awww that was adorable.
And the gallery is amazing!
Waving at you from New York"



Comment #3: Wednesday, February, 27, 2008 at 17:06:21

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Thank you for stopping by. I'm glad you enjoyed both links."



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