28 Nov: Read and Weep

This princess’s name is Addie, she’s a doll. She is five years old and hasn’t lost a tooth yet. We introduced her to The Tooth Fairy Treasure Box and toy. There is a part in the story where “Jordan” the little girl in the book, finds a special treasure box on the front door step of her home. Addie, first of all, wanted to hold the treasure box the whole time I read the story. So when this part of the story came up, the treasure box was already in her hand. As soon as Addie saw Jordan find her treasure box, Addie held her treasure box up also, to show me that she had one too and that she was now part of the…

19 Nov: Victory for BUSY Parents

Today I’m feeling rushed. I guess this is the way it goes in the world of business. I refuse to allow this to be me. I’m gonna wait for peace, one thing I have learned in life is that waiting for peace is crucial to your own success. Having peace about your next move is the answer to your question, if it’s the right move or not. This week we are coordinating story time with a few families to do a book read. This will allow us to show you and everyone interested in this book and toy that this truly is a wonderful family tradition. I’ve been offered to a place here, in Heath, to capture some footage. This home has been decorated by…

12 Nov: Rising above my Fears

I met again with my team this last Wednesday and it started off on a slow start, like really slow. We met up at around 11am and things didn’t come to light till around 5pm that evening. It was discouraging and borderline awkward, with a five hour dead end of getting no where. I had my mind figured out the direction I wanted to go on the commercial. I heard about a book trailer from one of my clients. She said it was a new hip thing that I should go check out, so I did. It was a lot similar to a movie trailer and their actually pretty cool. So this seemed to be the direction for me. I took a few days planning…

01 Nov: Getting to know you, Getting to know all about you

Tooth Fairy with a twist! Change is evolving and always good, especially when the results are substantially great! The history of the Tooth Fairy originated from the Vikings and has been celebrated in various ways all across the globe, since the beginning. This new Americanized tradition will have you saying: “Man, why didn’t I think of that” a well intricate planned out story line with instructions, that will have your kids wanting to participate in some family fun! Come fallow me through this adventure to success and  become a backer in my upcoming kickstarter campaign. bit.ly/faryfb