Sorry If I Am Being Selfish, But I Want the LEGO Death Star

So the Little Princess lost a tooth, and she wrote a letter to the Tooth Fairy:

Dear Tooth Fairy,
          Please give me 100 or 50 dollars. I will give you this mini tea set! Ooh and the owl! Please take my tooth! Can I please have the penguin book? I love penguins. Sorry if I am being selfish, but I want the lego Star Wars Death Star. Hmmmmm. Well I can not think of any thing to say! So byeee!

                                                                                      Love,
                                                                                      Ella!! ♥♥
Hee! Hee!

Whaa! Ha! Ha!

Heya!

P.S. Do not buy me the death star. (I am saving up for it).

The Tooth Fairy is a very sensible magical creature, so the Little Princess got a reply:

Dear Ella,

          Thank you so much for the tea set and owl eraser (I used it!). Congratulations on making space for a new tooth! I wish I could give you 100 or 50 dollars or my own LEGO Death Star, but it is missing many pieces, and the minifigures are long gone.
          You are not being selfish. You are a very sweet, intelligent and kind girl. You asked very nicely.
          Since you are my last stop of the night, follow the trail to all the money pouches I had left. Thank you very much for the new tooth!!!

Love,
The Tooth Fairy

P.S. I ran out of penguin books, but I left two of my favorites!

I wish the Tooth Fairy would have said something about how admirable it is that the Little Princess is learning to save her money, in order to get something she really wants later. But *sigh* it was late, and the Tooth Witch and the Piano Fairy were kind of exhausted.

We are saving the tea set and the owl, so we can show it to the Little Princess when she’s older. We can’t wait for her to be old enough to find all this traditional play extremely hilarious. 

And a few Wicked Darlings will notice that they and the Tooth Fairy have been buying small pouches from the same distributors (BookGirl, SunshineShelle *cough*). Oh, and the Little Princess was very excited to find a “gemstone” in one of the little pouches (Ms Misantropia *grin*).

40 comments:

  1. The tooth fairy carries on a similar dialog with my daughter. (All the hubby - I just sit back and watch him come up with things)

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    1. Such magical interactions. I bet you love it...

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  2. I have a little jar of teeth, my kids', and when my youngest grandgirl lost her first tooth I asked her if I could buy it instead of leaving it for the tooth fairy. The little squirt wanted $20! Robbery! I gave it to her and the tooth went in the jar.

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    1. I think we should try that. I wonder how much the Little Princess will try to sell her tooth for. ;-D

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  3. Aaaaw so sweet! :D XXX

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  4. Ok, you guys are awesome parents. Yes, Magaly, I know she's not genetically yours but from one (x3) parent to another, you're doing wonderfully. Not much else to really say...

    Oh, and the Little Princess is pretty amazing in her own right, too. :)

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    1. She is quite special, the Little Princess... ;-D

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  5. Oh how I miss the days of the Tooth Fairy, and her friends Santa, and the Easter Bunny. If the Princess is anything like my girls and I have a sneaking suspicion that she is; when she's older and y'all tell her she will laugh and giggle at it all.

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    1. I just realized that the Easter Bunny has never made an appearance around these parts. I wonder, wonder, wonder...

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  6. Well played, Young Princess!

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    1. She has a good head for games...

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  7. Love this! My girls carry on a pen-pal relationship with their tooth fairies as well. Though we had to leave Steve in Florida, Phyllis has picked up where he left off here in Nevada! Looks like the little princess has a sweet one herself!

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    1. "a pan-pal relationship with their tooth fairies," that is wonderful. I love the sound of it, lol!

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  8. all the play and imagination needed to be a practicing parent rather than an adult is extra delightful work. I say practicing because one is never fully evolved when it comes to play......and that's the magic that we pass on to our blessed young uns.
    Carry on.

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    1. "a practicing parent never grows up..." I think I will start saying that. ;-D

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  9. That.....is quite possibly the cutest thing ever! My kids never wrote letters to any of the fairys. I think they were too wise to it and knew fairly early that it was all fun tradition. It would be almost tempting to give her $100. :P

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    1. Children who don't get the chance to imagine miracles and myth... I don't know why, but that makes me really sad... ;-(

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  10. The Tooth Fairy sure has upped her game from 50 years ago. I never got more than 25 cents out of her! And for some of my best teeth too!

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    1. Myths have been evolving in rather surprising ways... You got 25 cents, huh? Lucky!

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  11. We all want the LEGO Death Star, if we're being honest. What a fab letter, what a generous heart and the poor, tired tooth fairies did very well, under the circumstances. Tooth Fairy around my kids' house was always late and always forgot. Hooray for pretty money pouches, that stop the fairy money from falling off the bed. What do the fairies do with the teeth, anyway?

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    1. We, first, need to figure out the nationality of this fairy; they all do different things with their collections. For instance, if he or she is from the Discworld, then the teeth will go towards furniture and house making. A toothy house, lol!

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  12. OK have to read other posts but realise I I have totally missed a Wicked Birthday :( sorry, mainly because I use any excuse for a glass of bubbles and slice of cake ;) sounds like you had fun pampering your gorgeous self and celebrating in your unique Magaly certified and ridgy-didge way. Oh love the Princesses letter :) I have many letters (which often were left with pebbles, shells, glitter) to an array of tooth fairies (yes they were named and a couple retired to work in the castle) one of the letters Memphis wrote was followed up the next night by Trinity, threatening the tooth fairy if she didn't answer Mem's letter the next night after 'forgetting' to pick up the tooth and not leaving an answer to her sisters note left with gifts from the previous night.... Those tooth fairies need to watch out for siblings if they are slack with their duties ;)

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    1. Well, you can have your bubbles and slice of cake in order to forget that pain of not having remembered my birthday. How is that? Enjoy the yum, yum, yum!

      Oh my goodness, I just thought of the look on Trinity's face while she wrote the threatening letter. I bet that was priceless!

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    2. She can do a look that would freeze your soul, truthfully, it could be a weapon of mass destruction in the wrong hands ;) that fairy never came back... 'Blossom' took over from 'Poppy' who could not work on rainy nights as the droplets made her wings so heavy it slowed her so she only got to half the children who had left out their teeth... Of course she begged (and was given) forgiveness...
      True story :)

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    3. Thank goodness, for Blossom! I just know a Catholic fairy--she had to be Catholic, of course--could not live with such guilt in her heart.

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  13. At least she's learned the fine Art of haggling early. Fairies in ANY story are renown for their Bargains and you don't want to get on the bad end of a good deal. Just ask Rumplestiltzskin.

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    1. The fine Arts of Haggling seem to be alive in her young bones, lol!

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  14. That is so adorable. What a shame we don't have tooth fairy here in Finland... all other kinds of creatures to have fun with :) I know I would have asked rock star Barbies from my tooth fairy.

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    1. Well, I know the artist from Finland who believes in fairies, maybe she should paint one. *cough, cough, grin*

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  15. Nicely done! I only have 5 teeth left...will you adopt me! I love to read and need to learn to save money!
    xoDEBI

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    1. 5 teeth? Wow! How have you managed. It seems to me you are already awesome at the saving bit.

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  16. It's cute to see her trying to barter with the Tooth Fairy - but 50 or 100 bucks? Is that what kids ask for these days? Wow, I was happy to get 5 kr (not even 1 dollar) for my tooth when I was little...

    I sent you an email, asking about your address. I want to send you something :)

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    1. $50 or $100 is way too much. I guess she figures that if she's going to ask a magical creature for something she might as well go bit, lol! Who knows. I used to get fruit and dried meat from Tooth Fairy when I was little.

      I replied!

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  17. I used to write to the tooth fairy but she didn't used to write back. This is good news. I wonder why she changed? Oh never mind - there were just too many baby boomers in those days I guess. What a wonder post to return to!! <3

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    1. How rude of her. Did you read SunshineShelle's reply? It seems her daughters even threatened the Tooth Fairy!

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  18. This is adorable! Thanks for the smile ;o)

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    1. You're always very welcome. ;-D

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