The Toothfairy Failed the first time (includes cute free toothfairy clipart)

Toothfairy Stories and Clipart

Last night, the tooth fairy must have stayed out late partying. 

Today, she's a no-show, no-call. Apparently, she has a hang-over.  How rude!  She didn't even call to apologize.  

Of course, I didn't tell my son this theory. No, I thought it best to shelter him from the wild doings of a floozie fairy at least until he's a little older.



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What do you say to a six-year-old who let his tooth float by a thread for a week, carefully sheltering it with his tongue, as each murderous morsel attempted to fling it to death?  He protected that tooth like a precious diamond. With each day, the idea of the gifts it would bring filled his little head with joy- and now this...



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I was up late blogging, learning the ropes to make buttons and baubles. I simply refused to stay up past 'Saturday Night Live'. Egads! When the ending credits started rolling, I turned off my monitor and headed to bed. Discreetly, I tip-toed into my kid's bedrooms to confirm that everyone was safe, sound, and breathing. I turned down "Todd World", and then I hit the hay. 


The next thing I remember, the sun began seeping through the crack in my curtains beckoning my busy children out of their beds. My son awoke groggy. I sent him to the potty first to buy some thinking time. He moved slowly, as I waited impatiently.  


"Jake, hurry I need to pee too!"  


He didn't hurry. In fact, he stopped in his tracks holding a tiny, plastic bag in the air.


"She didn't come."   


"What?"  I said in mock shock.  


"The tooth fairy didn't come!  I still have my tooth."


I interjected, "Don't you have to pee? I know I do." Then, I danced around the issue both literally and figuratively while searching for a fabulous excuse. As I waited for my turn at the potty, I said, "I bet you got up too early and nearly caught her in the act. Let's try again tonight."  


His toothless frown turned to an angry rant, "No!  I didn't see her. She just didn't come."  


Finally, I got my turn at the potty and took a moment to gather my runaway thoughts. Returning with a renewed mind and spirit, I explained that the tooth fairy is a very busy lady. "I stayed up too late last night, and we all got up too early this morning. She didn't have a chance to sneak into your room. She probably planned to come back, but got busy with all the other kid's teeth. I bet she feels terrible! I am sure she'll make it up to you tonight."


And then...


I reprimanded his Daddy who had tucked him into bed the night before. "A little help here please. I can't remember everything!"   


That floozie fairy better not forget us again tonight! I'm gonna set a trap...



Recommended Reading:


The Night Before The Tooth Fairy (Reading Railroad)*

The Tooth Fairy Fails Again




Lora Langston
Lora Langston

Lora is a homeschooling mom, writer, creator of Kids Creative Chaos, and Director of the Play Connection.

13 comments:

  1. Great save. Our tooth fairy has done this several times. Each time, we were able to recover but not without some guilt.

    Our tooth fairy was sloppy once and we found the $$ under the bed after some looking.

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  6. I am totally not looking forward to this part lol.

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  7. Awww!!! Lol. It's not funny, I swear! But, I couldn't help but laugh at the story line before! Great save mom!

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  8. That dang tooth fairy!! She has forgotten to come by here too! I guess we need to find an app that she can put on her phone so that she doesn't forget to come...

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  9. Yeah - we really need to report her or send her to AA or something. She totally forgot at my house once too.

    Yeesh - that fairy sure is a slacker (but glad to know its not just at MY house!)

    Best,
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  10. Thanx Girls! Checking our your blogs. Jake says, "If that tooth fairy doesn't come tonight I'm over it!"

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  12. LOL... our Tooth Fairy was still on Christmas Vacation last year when my then 5 year old lost his second tooth. She took care of everything one night later. Luckily she's been on her A game ever since then.

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  13. That was such a funny story... still don't have tooth fairy issues, a few more years to go.

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