The little man appeared again and asked "Why are you crying?" The Miller's daughter said "The king has made me weave more straw into gold.
The little man said "I'll weave it... for a price." What about my ring?" So, the little man weaved the straw into gold spools and the king was very pleased.
"Is it Rumpelstiltskin?" she said confidently.
The king ordered the miller's daughter to weave even more straw into gold and the miller's daughter because she doesn't know how to weave straw into gold, But. the little man appeared once again "Why are you crying?" he says. "The king is forcing me to weave this straw to gold."
The little man said "I will weave the straw into gold for you if you promise your first child will be mine." The king was very amazed and the miller girl and the king were married.
When she had a baby she was forced to give it to the little man or guess the little man's name. So she sent out a servant to spy on the little man. The little man was chanting and saying his name. The servant told the queen and the queen called for the little man.
The theme of this story is, Don't promise something that you don't think will work out well. THE END.