December 2, 2007

I Do Believe in Fairies... I Do, I Do, I Do!

Hey there. I really need your help with something. As many of you know, I often rely on my fairy godmother to help me out. For example, when my parents get all picture crazy and make me sit still for countless hours while they snap away with the camera; I'll ask my fairy godmother to make them stop (it usually works). Or when I wake up from a nap, I'll ask her to make my parents come and get me out of the crib; and sure enough they always come.

So as you can see, my fairy godmother is quite powerful. However, she has yet to grant the wish that my heart most make my friend Nala come alive. I think the problem is that my parents don't believe in fairies. For instance, in the book Peter Pan, Tinkerbell isn't able to fly until the children say that they believe in fairies. I first saw my fairy godmother one night in my crib when I was still a very little baby and I have believed in her ever since. But, if I'm the only one who believes then her powers will be limited.
So, I was thinking to myself one day that if I could just figure out a way to make my parents believe in fairies that maybe my fairy godmother would be able to make Nala come to life.

Then one day I saw my fairy godmother right in my room. I was so excited I could hardly believe it! I was pointing right at her so that my parents would see her too. I knew that if I could just get my parents to see her that they would have to believe in fairies.

Instead they just ran and got the camera and started taking pictures of me like I was some movie star or something. I was like, "Mommy, daddy, look it's my fairy godmother! No really, she's right up there. Can you not see all the lights and sparkles? Just look up already!"

But they just kept snapping picture after picture. And then I watched sadly as my fairy godmother flew right out the door without my parents ever seeing her.

So if you believe in fairies, please leave a comment so that my mommy and daddy will know that fairies are for real. And then my fairy godmother will be able to make Nala come alive. Please help. You're my only hope.


The Jones :) said...

That is so cute guys!! How can you NOT see the fairies!! :) They're so obvious!! Good luck Ava!!
-Becki :)

furrever said...

I really don't know what you're talking about. I don't see anything. You're as delusional as Ava.

ava said...

Thanks for believing! I knew I could count on you.

Sally said...

Hi Ava,

Your parents have a disease called shutteritis. It was triggered when a cutie like yourself joined the family. They just can't help themselves in snapping so many pictures of you. Yes, WE can all see the fairies, but the only thing they focus on in the pictures is their cute little girl! So, keep trying - maybe they will see the fairies one day, but you would have to go through an awkward spell. So, ask yourself, is it really worth it? ;)

maddie.ballerina said...

Your parents are to busy with you so much that now their imagination can only handle things like; what you should wear, how your hair looks and what cute sayings to put on the blog. You have my vote! Very cute.
: ) Aunt Maddie

Elissa said...

Ava, of course we believe in fairies. They are real. Nissa I are with you, we believe. I love the hat that you are wearing. It is so cute!

Anonymous said...

Larry and Krista we are thankful that you have the disease that others say you have. It is the only communication that we in Pa. can enjoy. We look forward to seeing every picture and blog you write. You might say it makes our day as we can't see Ava in person as others do. You both are so talented so please don't stop doing what you are doing as it brings much happiness to our lives.
Not many can do blogs so well. We check often to see if any new ones have been posted. Also in years to come both you and Ava will enjoy the pics etc. Please don't stop.
G-Grandma Polly Pickett

Kerrie said...

Krista! You crack me up! I love your blog. The cartoon pics and the "i do believe in fairies" were hilarious. It's great to hear from you and see where/how you are. I just showed Ja your blog and he was cracking up. I'm glad to know you're bloggin! Isn't it fun?

Peggie said...

always believe in fairies even though your parents can't see them right now. They will lead you to do incredible things in your life and your parents will eventually see the fairies through your success.