If the Tooth Fairy comes when your child puts their tooth under the pillow;
The child will write a "thank you" note and ask for a picture of the Tooth Fairy.
If the Tooth Fairy thought the note was adorable and answers said note (after spending hours on the internet sorting through pictures of Tooth Fairies and also finding the perfect "Fairy font.")
The child will be thrilled; show all of their siblings, friends and teachers and write another note to the Tooth Fairy asking what she did with the teeth when their next tooth falls out.
If the Tooth Fairy is COMPLETELY EXHAUSTED and forgets to come the next time;
The child will shed huge crocodile tears wondering if the Tooth Fairy didn't like their tooth.
If the Tooth Fairy manages to convince said child that she must have been on vacation for a night;
The child will go to sleep happy the following night - note and tooth safely secured under their pillow with dreams of shiny coins and Fairy font.
If the Tooth Fairy realizes that she is fresh out of shiny coins, she will run out to the grocery store at a crazy hour and then spend another hour or so composing the cutest fairy fonted letter that she can think of.
The child will wake up thrilled; expectations building.
If the Tooth Fairy is wondering how in the world to end this crazy cycle; she will blog about it in hopes that her fabulous bloggy friends can offer wisdom to save her sanity even though she is sure she will look back on this and laugh one day!
The End (is that even a possibility?)
I know you may come here for some deeper or more Spiritual thought; (I'll do my best to provide something along those lines tomorrow) but if you have any wisdom to offer, I'm all ears!!
This post was inspired by this post by Bethany over at 3SonsPlus1. (And of course, my life.)
And for what may be the most touching Tooth Fairy post ever, straight from the heart of a father, read John's post titled: Of Blood and Fairies.
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