Miss A's second loose tooth is now a piece of history. It has left the warm, moist confines of her mouth and is, currently, resting quite comfortably (I'm sure) under her princess pillow cased pillow.
Here's the kicker.
The, um, Tooth Fairy has no dollar bills. She has a five dollar bill. Mr. Tooth Fairy has a ten and in their "Oh, Crap!" Emergency Cash Stash, there is a fifty, but I do believe we can all agree that may be a wee bit on the high side for a six year old.
Thus, the kicker leads to the question: Is it tacky for the, um, Tooth Fairy to present a dollar's worth of coins if she were to put it in a ziplock plastic bag? This would be the first time such an exchange of currency has taken place.
I know, I know. Back in the day, we all got dimes and nickels and quarters, but here at the Zoo, Santa is cheap so the Tooth Fairy has to pick up the slack (though, seriously, 3 teeth in one month...wowzers. If this keeps up, I'm sure the T.F. will have to see if Quicken has a budget slot for that).
Well, phoeyheck. The venerable T.F. has no real choice because it's past 11:00 and she doesn't want to have to go anywhere to make change at this hour and it's really not that tragic and Miss A will be happy in either case so I guess there's no real reason to have even stressed about this except that's kinda where I'm at this week.
Alrighty then. Thanks for helping the, um, Tooth Fairy with that. She appreciates the added input.