Hey, sorry about the site being down yesterday. I don’t know what happened, but my tech support was in New Jersey and the three tricks I know (including “turn it off and then back on”) did not work.
Yesterday during breakfast, Fluffy’s first tooth came out. She insisted on taking it in a Ziplock bag to school to see if she could get a tooth box necklace, but they were all out. Thanks to Pinkalicious she’s been hoping to exchange her incisor currency for three gold foiled chocolate coins instead of a new bike or trip to Six Flags or something, so phew.
Around 9pm last night, I sent the following text to tech support on his way back from New Jersey “Hey, could you possibly stop in at a CVS and buy a bag of gold foil coins? Fluffy’s putting her tooth under the pillow and this tooth fairy is stranded.”
Back at the ranch, Fluffs asked me to take a memo to her tooth fairy. She wanted it printed on the computer in “French, curved, fancy letters” which she helped me pick out.
Dear Tooth Fairy September 17, 2013
I’ve been waiting so long for this day, and I am so glad you came to my house. I wish I could give you some candy, too, but I don’t think I’m supposed to. I wrote this note for you, and the one and only you. I think you’re the greatest tooth fairy in the world. This picture of you is to show you that I love you. And my name is (Fluffy). You can write your name down here:
(Tooth Fairty wrote: “Annabelinda”)
Well, I guess this is goodbye. And I hope you come visit next time I lose a tooth. I’m very excited to learn your name. I put my tooth in a toy flower pot that holds a grass pit with two roses. It’s in the center. Bye! (Fluffy)
(and the Tooth Fairy wrote “Enjoy these sweets for a sweet girl!”)
Fluffy was ecstatic that the Tooth Fairy left her not 3, but 10 chocolate coins! “My note sure worked. Most people just get one or three coins,” said she. Work it, girl.