4.11.2010

i brush teeth


Toothbrush or Teethbrush?

Which one is really correct?

I would have never asked until I read a little children's pamphlet at the dentist's and the main character kept calling it his "teethbrush".

It makes sense!  

After all, most of us have teeth and not just a tooth!

17 comments:

Lara said...

Good to know - I just had Cade in the dentist's office Friday. Oh so much fun.

Miss Anne said...

very true!
adorable teethbrush holders too!
:)

PaisleyJade said...

So true - love the holders!

Rebekah said...

If your welsh, its tuthbrush! lol
Where did you get those cute holders?

Widge said...

Those are cool holders. My kids mock me every morning when I'm rushed and I tell them to "go WASH their teeth and BRUSH their faces" I get it muddled every time!

Jenilee said...

lol never thought of that before. :)

Kate said...

Pretty fun and interesting to think about, hmm...Hope your new little family is doing wonderful!

Rebekah said...

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Mich said...

Fun thought.

Hope you are having a beautiful day.

Joyeful said...

You can get these at amazon.com! Just search for trailhead smile toothbrush holder : )

He & Me + 3 said...

So true. Too cute. You do brush alot of teeth:) All us mommies do

Lei said...

Oh the complications of English. :)

I have an award for you at my blog today! Come and grab it while it's hot! lol.

Lauren said...

That is so true!!! And SUPER CUTE!!! :)

Holly said...

I like the smiley faces on the holders!

carissa @ lowercase letters said...

wow, this is a very good point to be made. i think i'll start calling mine a teethbrush.

Heather said...

Cool toothbrush holders. :)

Abbey said...

I love those toothbrush holders! Never thought about the correct name!

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