I am a Japanese female studying English. I am going to write about my daily activities, childcare, food, Japanese culture, and so on.
(This blog is one of my practice writing in English. If you find that my way of writing is different, feel free to post your comments or suggestions so I can improve my blog. )
My tooth finally fell out!
My 6-year-old son suddenly told me when he was having dinner yesterday evening,
"My tooth finally fell out!"
His upper front tooth was loose for 2 or 3 weeks.
"That's good! Did it hurt?"
"Not at all."
"So let's bury it in the ground later. We can't throw it under the floor."
We have a custom that if upper baby tooth falls out, we throw it on a roof and if lower baby tooth falls out, we throw it under a floor.
The custom seems to be a little different by each regions.
But it is like a charm to come in a good permanent tooth.
Japanese houses have space under the floor because the humidity is high here.
My parents house has lattice-like small windows on the house foundation, so I could throw my tooth from them when I was a child.
But recent Japanese houses don't have such kind of windows, so my son and I buried it in the ground.
Our dinner was "Yakisoba".
My son tried to eat it from his teeth gap.
"I don't have to open my mouse when I eat it!"
It was very fuuny for me.
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