Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Bad Tooth Fairy

My daughter came home yesterday one tooth short. If any more teeth come out of her mouth, I am going to need to get her some dentures.

She has been losing teeth like it is a new fashion trend. Sure - there are other teeth coming in behind them so no worries. She isn't getting into any fights and getting them knocked out. I promise, she is a good kid!

But you know who is not? The Tooth Fairy!

The Tooth Fairy out here is a bad seed in the garden of dollar bills!

I am serious. When we lived in Wisconsin, the Tooth Fairy always seemed to be on top of things. Out here in California, it is a different story. The Tooth Fairy can't seem to get his (or her) act together!

Now I am sick of coming up with excuses as to why the Tooth Fairy didn't arrive...

"No sweetie, it must have been because you lost your tooth too late so you weren't put on her tooth pick up schedule!"

This Tooth Fairy needs to get their act in gear. I don't care what the excuses are... if they have a sick kid they have been caring for or even if they are just plain tired! I don't even care if tomorrow is a scheduled Apocalypse.

Tomorrow, the tooth better be on the schedule or else!

8 comments:

  1. I think we have the most forgetful tooth fairy ever at my house. Is it wrong that I do a little happy dance when the kids lose their teeth at their dad's house? Bwhahaha

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  2. You could ask the tooth fairy to schedule a bulk payment and be done with it!! :P

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  3. Looks like you should be paying the tooth ferry with a 5th of Jack and a pack of Camels...

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  4. Haha! Well....Even the tooth fairy needs a little R&R sometimes. :D

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  5. I am already forget, let's not add the tooth fairy to this craziness, lol!! Seriously, I hope everyone is feeling a bit better today and thinking of you all :)

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  6. LOL!!! I think I lost one tooth outside the house when I was over at a friend. The rest were hanging by a thread, pulled out and left in my slipper where magically the next morning was replaced by a coin. Good luck for the next few! ;)

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  7. It seemed like I was always losing teeth at school, as once they loosened up, I'd wiggle the heck out of them. My mom said, "Nope, they only count if you lose them at home!" I think she found the perfect way out of paying the cash! Of course, way back then, it was only a dime, but she did know how save her money! lol Good luck!

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