Okay, this is my first attempt at a DP/FoP crossover. I would greatly appreciate any reviews.
I am writing this for my brother because we both watch these shows and I am also looking to try to improve my own writing skills, since writing is something that I greatly enjoy.
I don't own Danny Phantom or The Fairly Odd
"Oh boy!" a small buck-toothed, pink-hatted boy (AKA: Timmy Turner) exclaimed as he gazed into the fish bowl on his dresser. "It's finally summer vacation, you guys! No more homework and no more Mr. Crocker! Cosmo, Wanda, I wish I had some stuff to celebrate with!"
"Of course, champ," Wanda exclaimed happily as she 'poofed' from being a goldfish, to her normal fairy form and hovered above the boy. "Why don't we start with a few celebratory balloons?" The little fairy waved her wand and the boy's bedroom was completely filled with not only balloons, but confetti and streamers of every color imaginable.
"Awesome!" Timmy cried as he dug himself out of the morass of party stuff, then dove right back in.
"Ooh! Ooh! Let me try!" Cosmo cried in his usual inane demeanor.
"Cosmo, wait!" Wanda said, but it was too late. The room was now full of baboons instead of balloons. They all looked around a bit confusedly, then angrily let out a growl in unison and prepared to attack the first people they saw, who no doubt had something to do with interrupting their breakfast. Timmy and Cosmo froze in surprise. Thinking quickly, Wanda sent them back to where they had been 'poofed' from and the room was once again filled with balloons. "Honestly, Cosmo. Can't you do anything ri..." but she was interrupted by the ebullient laughter coming from the two.
"Balloons to baboons!" Timmy hooted. "That's a classic!"
"Ha ha, yeah!" Cosmo chortled in reply.
Wanda couldn't help but smile, and join in the laughter fit, when a knock was heard at the door.
"Oh no! I wish all this stuff was gone!" Timmy whispered to his fairy godparents, who waved their wands and made the room void of any trace of what had been magically put there. They then transformed back into goldfish and swam nonchalantly around their fish bowl once again. Timmy opened his door.
"Timmy, would you mind keeping it down in there?" His mother's unhappy face poked through the doorway. "It sounds like there is a bunch of gorillas in there."
"Baboons" Timmy replied cheekily and snuck in a sheepish smile.
"Well, you certainly have quite an imagination," his mom said looking around his room, "I don't see how such a small boy can make so much noise, but after all, it is the first day of summer. I don't really blame you."
"It's the first day of summer!" Timmy's dad sang loudly as he danced down the hallway. "And you know what that means, honey!"
"It's off to the beach for us," the boy's parents said slightly over-perkily and in unison.
"Oh wow! We're going to the beach?" Timmy looked as if he would explode with excitement.
"Uh, I mean I have a beach business trip for three days. You can't come," his father said.
"And I have some beachfront property that I am trying to um, sell too." His mother quickly added.
"WHAT? I can't come with you guys?" Timmy responded sadly.
"Oh, but don't you worry, son. You'll be in the care of your favorite and loving babysitter, Vicky. She'll stay here while we're gone. It'll be so much fun."
For a moment Timmy could have sworn he heard the theme song for the Wicked Witch of the West, along with a crack of thunder in the distance even though it was a hot, sunny day. His heart sank as he shut the door and lay back down on his bed.
"Aw, don't worry, sport," Wanda said as she reappeared and tried to console the small boy.
"Yeah, you'll still have us," Cosmo added as he poofed back to his true form. "And just think, it's only for three days. You still have the entire rest of the summer to look forward to."
"That's true. Thanks, you guys. You're the best," Timmy responded. "Hey, maybe I'll be able to go over to Chester's or AJ's house and not have Vicky to worry about during the day, while she's here.
"There you go, Timmy! That's a great idea." Wanda declared.
"Let's try not to think too negatively about it. It'll be fine." Cosmo said.