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Toof Fairy!

The nanny came this morning and I was off with Paper Girl to Scotts Antique Market. Second weekend of every month you will find me there!!! We get in the car ready to go and my cell phone rings. Here is the conversation ...

Little Mister: Hi, this is Little Mister.
Me: Hey baby, what's up?
LM: I lost my toof.
Me: You did, it was finally ready to come out?
LM: Not exactly, Babycakes and I got into a fight and she hit me and my toof fell out.
Me: Babycakes hit you ... what happened?
LM: I didn't want her to turn off the TB and she got mad and hit me and my toof fell out and now I can't find it.
Me: It is ok, the Tooth Fairy will come any way, we just have to write her a note.
LM: That is what Daddy said.
Me: Did Babycakes get in trouble for hitting you.
LM: Oh yeah ... Daddy took care of her.

And there you go ...



  1. Dude!

    I guess it is possible for him to be cuter. Blue glasses and a missing tooth, I love that kid!

  2. I love this story!

    As the author of a picture book about a big-attitude, high-tech tooth fairy, I always tell school kids when I do assemblies that the tooth fairy loves them. I love the looks on their faces when I see that they believe in her so much.

    In fact, one of the questions I get from school kids 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!



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