Sunday, June 29, 2008


The Tooth Fairy forgot to come to our house on Friday night to cash out Gooser's second lost tooth.
Stupid Tooth Fairy.

She was probably out with Mr. Tooth Fairy seeing that awful M. Night Shyamalan movie and having a couple of pina coladas. Then she probably stayed up late working on her blog and totally forgot about the tooth.

I told Gooser that I was going to leave some angry voicemails for her and that she'll certainly show up tonight.

I hope she doesn't stay up late watching an SNL rerun and forget agin.


KWolfAK said...

I hate it when that happens!

Anonymous said...

I have done this so many times too!

leezee52 said...

I forgot alot too so I used to say that The Tooth Fairy was out with Tinker Bell at Disneyland and couldn't come last night but she told me that she will be here tonight. My kids believed it everytime!

Candid Carrie said...

Oh yeah, been there done that ... I pray for the day that they figure this stuff out and just take the dollar themselves.

Sheri Ann said...

Great website!

As the author of a picture book about a very big-attitude tooth fairy with high-tech gadgets, one of the questions I get from school kids when I do school visits is: "Is the tooth fairy real?"

One little girl went so far as to say, "Is the tooth fairy real? Please, please tell me pretty please with a cherry on top!"

Calling her up to stand with me in front of 300 kids ranging from Kindergarten to fourth grade, I looked at her and said, "Yes, the tooth fairy is real. But like all fairies, she simply disappears when YOU stop believing in her."

That's my story and I'm sticking to it. I could never tell a kid otherwise -- because I still believe in the tooth fairy myself! ;-)

Sheri Bell-Rehwoldt
Author, You Think It's Easy Being the Tooth Fairy?
12,000 copies sold!

Trooper Thorn said...

That's the real drawback to being a middle-of-the-night mythical character. How many times has Santa just been too freaking tired to write the note to the kids after putting together all the presents under the tree. Some Christmases, Santa has barely enough energy to eat a cookie and drink two thirds of the milk before making his departure.

Now the Easter Bunny, there's a good gig. You don't get have to get up too early, you hide the eggs while the kids are in church, and you are home by noon to watch NASCAR.

Jennifer said...

Sheri--I will check out your book--sounds great!

Trooper--The Easter Bunny doesn't have it that easy at our house. He has to hide hundreds of chocolate eggs the night before for an early morning egg hunt frenzy!