16 April 2010

Five Visits From the Tooth Fairy

Once upon a time there was a little boy of six who came home from school one day and told his mom that his tooth was loose. He was very afraid because he didn't know that his teeth were supposed to fall out. His mom told him that there was nothing to be afraid of and that everybody lost some of their teeth when they were little.

When the little boy went to school the next day, his tooth suddenly fell out while he was in class. His teacher Miss Wasilak, put his tooth in a plastic bag so that he could take it home. He put the tooth under his pillow that night and when he woke up, there was a whole dollar in the place of his tooth.

The second tooth fell out one night while the little boy was sleeping and instead of finding it in his bed, he and his mom discovered that he had swallowed it in the middle of the night. He was very upset and scared that he had swallowed the tooth. During that night, the tooth fairy was visiting the little boy's sister and felt sad for the little boy so she left him another dollar for the missing tooth.

Over the next month, the little boy lost five teeth but never swallowed another one. And each time, the tooth fairy visited him in the night, kissed him on the top of his head and left another dollar under his pillow.

[ Justice Andrew requested a sleep-over tonight at Auntie Di's and his first piece of business was to write a story. This is all his idea, I was just the useful typist. We are now going to settle in to watch Where The Wild Things Are. Thanks for reading :-) ]


  1. delightful...Justice is a master under your grand tutelage! a future in store, yes? a wonderful job Diana, as usual*

  2. such a sweet story...i loved it...
    aunt shari

  3. What a sweetie!!! I loved the story!! Ah to dream of fairies again.....

    Aunt Janie