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Tooth Fairies for Adults

A few weeks ago my son and his friend were wrestling and they bumped heads which resulted in my son’s first two loose teeth.  While at the dentist yesterday, she “assisted” them in falling out.  My son was so happy to lose his teeth and prepare for the tooth fairy.  When he woke up this morning he had a letter and money from the tooth fairy and she left behind a little magic glitter.  It got me to thinking, What kind of fairies would I want?  What would I like to wake up to?

  • Work Fairy – When I wake up in the morning, this little darling would have finished all the work I should have the night before.
  • Clothing Fairy – I leave out my old, boring clothes and she replaces them with new, perfect fitting, ensembles.
  • Cocktail Fairy – She ensures there are no hangovers from over-indulgence the night before.
  • Sleep Fairy – She casts a protective bubble around me so I sleep without noise or light interruption.  (She may have to use duct tape in the kids!)
  • Exercise Fairy – She handles my workout before I get up.  So I can move promptly to eating!
  • Breakfast Fairy – She anticipates my cravings and whips up Eggs Benedict and biscuits and gravy – fat-free of course! 😉
  • Cleaning Fairy – No description required.
  • Errands Fairy – With errands off my list, balance is almost inevitable!
  • Beauty Fairy – Goodbye wrinkles and blemishes!

What Fairies do you want?


Categories: Humor, Parenting, Uncategorized
  1. November 24, 2010 at 7:10 am

    Coffee Fairy – Waiting at my bedside to hand me my first cup in the morning and to refill as necessary. That would be sweet!

    • November 30, 2010 at 8:45 pm

      Diane – I see an opportunity to train your husband… 😉

  2. bearlover
    November 24, 2010 at 7:28 am

    I would have a “therapy fairy” she would swoop in at night and reverse all the damage I did to my kids that day. I figure with the money I will save on actual counseling for my kids, I will be able to join you in Hawaii next year. BTW you have most of the faires you described…we call just call them your husband. =)

    • November 30, 2010 at 8:46 pm

      Bearlover – I am your Fairy Therapy. You’re Welcome.

  3. November 24, 2010 at 7:39 am

    I want a Plastic Surgery Fairy. I would wake up perfectly nipped and tucked. I also want the Sleep Fairy and the Nanny Fairy!

    • November 30, 2010 at 8:46 pm

      Oooh, Plastic Surgery Fair would negate the need for diet and exercise fairies!

  4. November 24, 2010 at 8:25 am

    You pretty much covered most of them. I only see few others that would be very nice to have:

    Laundry Fairy – Not only does he get rid of those pesky stains and wash the clothes, but he folds/hangs and puts it away.

    Litter box fairy – No explanation required.

    Nanny fairy – Pops up during those moments your children both require your immediate services. Also will dance/rock/sing Lil Diva to sleep on the days/nights she fights nap/bedtime. Finally, knows when you’ve reached the point where locking children in closets seems like a good idea and pinch hits so you can get 30 minutes to yourself.

    Mountain Dew Fairy – for those of us that don’t drink coffee. Has an ice cold one ready whenever I need it.

    Cooking Fairy – Surpasses the Breakfast Fairy and prepares all of the meals. Also knows just when I need brownies.

    Yeah, I don’t want much. 🙂

    • November 30, 2010 at 8:47 pm

      Kelly – The washing part doen’t get me, it’s definitely the folding and putting away!

  5. November 24, 2010 at 2:45 pm

    I would love to have a massage fairy… to wake up every morning with every muscle tended too… resulting in no more headachs, back stiffness, or neck cramps! What a difference it would make in my day!

    • November 24, 2010 at 2:57 pm

      Melissa – I am practically in tears as I read your comment! I pulled a muscle in my neck and shoulder on Monday and have been in pain all week. If you find that massage fairy, let me know!

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