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it really creeped me out with the whole “twisting”
But, today, she proudly came home from school
with the “treasure box” that held her tooth.
Now, here is the funny part:
she wrote the Tooth Fairy a letter.
Dear Tooth Fairy,
Would you please let me keep my tooth.
p.s. I would like cash, not a toy
Now, the Tooth Fairy debated on this…. and wrote her own reply:
I have a small problem.
I HAVE to take the teeth back to my boss,
or I don’t get credit for them …
so I can’t leave you a treat AND your tooth.
I can stop by again tomorrow night,
if you are ready to part with your tooth…
Trust me, I will take care of you!
The Tooth Fairy
I know it is small.
So is the Tooth Fairy, silly!
That is the joy of being a parent… sometimes we bomb.
Thank goodness, as she was starting to cry, she spotted her elf in my kitchen sink, wearing the new boots. She took great delight in helping spread all that flour around and almost instantly put the boots on.
We are writing a NEW note to the Tooth Fairy after school, and putting a picture of the tooth in it. I can tell you right now, it will work in place of the real tooth.