For part 1 go here. If you haven't read that one, this one won't make much sense.
I can't really remember the exact day that Naughty Reindeer showed up, all I remember is that it was last year about a month before Christmas.
Naughty Reindeer made Naughty Bird look like an amateur troublemaker.
This stupid reindeer seemed to have the run of the house and had the power to make Max do whatever he wanted him to. He was responsible for Max not being able to do good things like get his pajamas on, brush his teeth and flush the toilet. (for some reason, Naughty Reindeer was very much against the flushing of the toilet) and he was also responsible for things such as leaving the crayons out, knocking over block towers and scattering game and puzzle pieces all over the floor.
By this time, we had good Fewtons all over the floors in every room in our house, but apparently, the Naughty Reindeer was able to avoid them. (and when I say every room, I mean EVERY ROOM. One of the kids started scanning and printing copies of the original Fewton so Max could have more of them without having to draw and color each one individually, making it MUCH EASIER AND FASTER to make enough Fewtons to fill our house)
At that time, Max seemed to have given up the idea that NR would touch a good Fewton and become good, (and start flushing, because seriously, that whole not flushing thing was a big issue for me) So he started to make some new Fewtons.
All Naughty Reindeer had to do was be close to the snappy fewton and the little tiny pinchers on the side would SNAP and Naughty Reindeer would be caught and Max could then force him to touch a good fewton.
Unfortunately, these did not work either, and we were now stuck with having to avoid stepping on the regular Good Fewtons, and avoiding the Snappy Fewtons so that we wouldn't have our toes snapped off.
Meanwhile, Naughty Reindeer was still up to no good.
Finally, one of the older kids had reached their limit.
"Max, isn't there any other way we can get rid of the Naughty Reindeer besides the Fewtons?"
He thought for a moment and said "Yes, we should call the Naughty Reindeer eating cats to come and get him.
Naughty Reindeer eating cats????
Yes, apparently, there are cats who like to dine on Naughty Reindeers, and as luck would have it, they live downtown and are just a phone call away.
CJ grabbed the telephone and made a call to the NRECs, and within minutes, the doorbell was ringing*
CJ answered the door.
"Hello! Are you the Naughty Reindeer eating Cats?? Thank you so much for coming!" he lifted the heavy imaginary reindeer and tossed him out the door into the eagerly awaiting arms (paws?) of the Naughty Reindeer eating cats.
"Thank you very much for coming. Have a nice day!" Then he slammed the front door and turned around to see the confused (and slightly shocked) look on Max's face.
Eventually, Naughty Reindeer managed to find his way back to our house and he brought friends, more Naughty Reindeer, Naughty Frog and Naughty Rabbit.
And apparently, that whole Good Fewton thing doesn't last, because Naughty Bird became naughty again too.
Join us next time for part 3. The demise of Naughty Bird.
*Aaron may or may not have gone out the back door and around to the front door to ring the doorbell.