Calling All Tooth Fairies!

Your child has a loose tooth… the first baby tooth is wiggly and hanging by a thread (shiver). It’s a big deal! Your baby is growing up! But wait. Are you prepared? Surely your child has heard of the tooth fairy, right? Chances are his/her friends at school are lisping and showing their toothless grins. So you can safely assume your child also know that the Tooth Fairy come bearing gifts… or money. Maybe your child is scared of the little fairy that sneaks in, while he/she sleeps, carrying coins and dust. I could see that. The unknown can be a scary thing for a child sometimes.

Here are some ways to not only present the tooth to the Tooth Fairy but also to bring some humor and fun to the experience.

(just make sure you stash those baby teeth somewhere other than your bedside table… like my husband did. doh!)

Twinkle Toof


Misfit Menagerie Tooth Pillow

 

Manhattan Toy Tooth Fairy Pals

 

Personalized Tooth Fairy Pillow

 

Dear Tooth Fairy

You Think It’s Easy Being the Tooth Fairy?

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Christina lives in San Diego with her husband, 3 boys and her favorite coffee cup. Christina is a trained Montessori teacher with early childhood education and also has experience in the children’s fashion world as a business owner. While in the children's industry, Christina realized how important it was to research, be ‘in the know’ and one step ahead of the game with the latest and greatest baby gear, toys, clothing and accessories which naturally continued once she became a mom in 2002. Since the birth of her first son, Christina has become a reliable and trustworthy resource to friends, family and other parents on various parenting topics.

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Claire Megalos
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As a kid I loved visits from the Tooth Fairy. I became a little dubious when her handwritten notes resembled my mother’s grocery lists. I found this website and have used it with each of my kids. You can create a photo of your child with the image of the Tooth Fairy. Its fun to use and the kids love it. The best part is, it really helps keep the magic alive! http://www.mytoothfairypictures.com

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