This would be my approach (obviously this is rough!)...
Unite the "r" and "y"
In my opinion the r and y there at the end are also a problem. So firstly I would reduce the shoulder on the r so that it does not have to sit so high to clear the y. So then you can bring down the r, and bring inwards and upwards the y - thus unifying these two awkward characters a little better.
Use the "pocket" for the ".com"
Then you can utilise the neat "pocket" in front of the y's descender for the ".com"
I know that kinda breaks the left to right readability, but I think it conveys the message that the type-mark IS a URL.
Comic Sans lecture (supplemental reading haha)
And lastly of course - and please repeat after me - NEVER use comic sans - No, not even for a balloon shop! Here I used (boring) Helvetica rounded. Mostly because I don't have VAG rounded installed. But please. Arial before Comic Sans! ;)