Preschool Graduation Feels Like a REAL BABY
5 Dollars! Oh my gosh!
What are you doing? It’s for the last day of school party. It’s time to wake up, honey.
You have your graduation today. Wait, how long has
the Tooth Fairy been alive? Since people had teeth. [Caption by Richmond M. at Y Translator]
[Music] [Music] Nothing there. Nothing there.>>Did you have your tooth in a baggie?
>>Yeah.>>So, the Tooth Fairy came?
>>And then she took my tooth but, oooh!>>I think I know what happened.
>>What? She came and she took her tooth,
my tooth and then she looked in her pocket, and she ran out of dollars. So, she took your tooth,
and she didn’t leave you anything for it. Yeah. Could this possibly be
your tooth right here? That’s my tooth! So, she didn’t take your tooth. Maybe she just didn’t
come last night at all. Yeah, she didn’t. Are you relieved? Yeah. Make make your bed really pretty,
and she’ll probably come tomorrow. Yeah. Did you know sometimes the
Tooth Fairy can come during the day, too? No. If you’re gone from
your room for a long time, she might be able to come in. She’s been working overtime. Wait, how long has
that Tooth Fairy been alive? Um, since people had teeth. So, the tooth fairy’s been around a long time. Yeah. So, make your bed real pretty
and she may come during the day. Russell! I went into your bedroom,
trying to find something, and somebody made your bed!>>Wait, what? Somebody’s been in your room
and they made your bed. Wait, did the tooth fairy did that? I don’t know! But, I didn’t think
you made your bed but I saw… I did not do that! Did you do that? No! I came in here
looking for my other camera, and I saw that your bed got made. Did the Tooth Fairy..? I don’t know if the Tooth Fairy came but… Oh! [Music] [breathes heavily] [Music] What is it? It’s a 5 Dollar! 5 Bucks! 5 Dollars! Wooh! I made 5 Bucks from the Tooth Fairy! And then, the Tooth Fairy made my bed! [Music] You’re overreacting, Russell. What are you gonna do with five bucks? Yes! Yes! Yes!
Yes! Yes! Yes! What do you do with $5? Oh, I know! If it’s enough um,
when we go to the store, I will buy a lollipop
or a sucker or something. Can you buy me something, too? Whoa! Whoa! What? What is this? A box to put balloons in! Oh my gosh! What are you doing? It’s for the last day school party! [Music] Evie, it’s time to wake up honey,
you have your graduation today. [Music] She slept in her swimming suit. I told her to put on her new night gown, but she wouldn’t listen. Okay, we finished blowing up the
balloons and putting them on the box. Let’s see how many they are. Are you ready? Are you ready? [Clock ticking] How about now? [Clock ticking] Abby, hurry up! [Music] [inaudible] we’re going. Come in! [Drum roll]>>Balloons!
>>Wow! These are for [inaudible]. There would’ve been more,
but they just kept popping. That is a lot of balloons! I honestly didn’t think
it would get halfway but… I helped! I helped
and I didn’t pop any. Good job! And then, when it’s time for the party,
we’re gonna dump them everywhere. Oh! Party! [inaudible] And then we can each partner up,
and we can play volleyball. These girls are getting out of school, and they’re having a party and I told them they can do
whatever they want for the party, and they are planning. [Music] Are we gonna go with the duck? Or, are we gonna go
with the brown sandals? [Music] Smile! I’m going to lead the way
‘Cause I most know the way. [Music] Don’t step on a crack
or you’ll break your momma’s back [Music] Now, I know my A-B-Cs,
next time, won’t you sing with me? [Music] Go! Go to your teacher! Come, get your paper. You gotta shake my hand first. [Music] So Eve, how does it feel
to be a graduated preschool student? It feels like… …a real life baby. It feels like a real-life baby. [Music]