What do you do when your son comes out of his room in the morning crying, telling you that the Tooth Fairy fogot to come?
You send him to talk to his father and then high-tail it into his room trying not to wake his brother and stick money in his pillowcase.
Then you tell him that you checked online and the Tooth Fairy sometimes hides the money in pillowcases so it doesn't get lost and he should check again.
Then you breathe a sigh of relief when you see his tears dry and the smile on his face as he clutches his two dollars.
But then what do you do when he asks you why she didn't take the tooth?
You spin a tale of the Tooth Fairy's rules, like sometimes she leaves really special ones for you to keep as a souvenir, or maybe she needed two from you so is waiting for the next one to fall out. Then you imprint these lies in your mind for next time, are grateful that your kids like money enough to be that gullible, and hope your kids don't ask you to see the Tooth Fairy's website.
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