Decidedly there had been no fairy godmothers at Brightly's christening.
Fairy godmothers seem at least as strict as other godmothers.
She was the fairy godmother in this fairy tale, and fairy godmothers always held the purse.
Her ideas of grandfathers, gained from stories and observation, led her to class them with fairy godmothers.
After the christening, all the company returned to the palace, where a great feast had been spread for the fairy godmothers.
Who—oh, who was this person with the nice friendly eyes that led one on to talk about fairy godmothers?
Until the Fairy godmothers their gifts and wishes gave: She waited long to spoil the gifts, and her revenge to have.
She had seven fairy godmothers, and they all came to her christening, and brought her the most wonderful presents you can imagine.
Certainly Kipling has the gifts; the fairy godmothers were all tipsy at his christening: what will he do with them?
Oh, how I wish we lived in those times, when there were fairy godmothers and things!