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!
Whaa! Ha! Ha!
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:
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!!!
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*).