Isabel’s bedtime story

Last week my daughter asked me to come up with a story for her when I was putting her to bed. I have no idea what was on my mind, but this came out…
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Once upon a time there was a teddy bear family. The daughters name was Alyssa and she had a sibling and two parents.
Alyssa loved to shop. She wanted all new clothes to go back to school but her mom said that she didn’t have a lot of money. One day Alyssa was on her moms iPad and she put a bunch of stuff in the shopping cart. She hit pay just to see what would happen and suddenly the screen changed and said thank you for your order. Alyssa had no idea that her mom had a credit card attached to the account.
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Over the next week bags and bags kept arriving at the door and Alyssa would sneak them in to her room. When school started she decided to just wear one new outfit. But the kids loved it so much that she decided to wear one more. And the next day one more. Her mother asked her where she got all these new clothes from and Alyssa said she borrowed them from friends.  Before Alyssa even knew it she had opened and worn all the new clothes she bought.
Two weeks later Alyssa came home and her mother told her that she just got the credit card bill and Alyssa was in more trouble then ever before.
Alyssa had to get a job to pay her mom back for all her clothes and she was grounded for two months!
Don’t steal, don’t lie and always use coupons. Good night.
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I really had no intention of the story ending up this way! I mean the characters are teddy bears.  She seemed to like the story though.
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4 thoughts on “Isabel’s bedtime story

  1. I think this would make a really good picture book. It would be cute to add pages about all of the things that she bought and then show what type of job she had to get to pay back her debt. It’s a nice little morality tale for the modern kid.

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