This Tooth Fairy tradition is so much fun, makes mom and dads life easier and kids absolutely adore it.
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Well, it took seven and a half years but my little girl finally lost her first tooth! Yes, she’ll be turning eight in a few months and was still holding onto every single baby tooth. We liked to give her a hard time that she was going to graduate High School with them.
The Sweetest Tooth Fairy Tradition
I don’t know why and the dentist wasn’t concerned (yet) so we just let those tiny things hang on as long as they wanted.
It was as if the universe had all lined up to make her Tooth Fairy dreams come true because look what came in the mail literally hours before she lost her first tooth.
Each kit has 3 beautiful gold bags with tiny little treasures from the tooth fairy inside. It is the cutest thing for a little kid that just lost a tooth! The notes are the most precious thing and always encourages kids to be kind and keep believing in magic.
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There is also a little bottle of glitter to sprinkle. One of my favorite memories as a little girl was waking up to a bed full of glitter after I lost a tooth. I would have sparkles in my hair for days and loved every second of it.
Now that one has fallen out, this little girl already has 2 more loose teeth. The Tooth Fairy at our house is going to be very busy! She is already anticipating what sort of trinket the Tooth Fairy will leave next time. This kit is my saving grace every time my daughter says she is scared of losing another one.
This is a great idea if you want to skip giving kids money under their pillow but it’s also great if you don’t. Since my son is older and we had already began the tradition of money years ago I felt like I needed to stick with it. We just add a dollar to the gold bag.
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These Tooth Fairy kits are sold online at HoldTheMagic.com. Go ahead and start getting a collection now so you are prepared when your kiddo comes home from school one day with a plastic bag from the nurses office and one precious baby tooth inside.
Our family is already so excited to see what the Tooth Fairy brings next. Making memories together is what family is all about.
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Liz is a just a mom trying to keep it real about how little she sleeps, how often she gets puked on and how much she loves them. You can find her here every day writing about real-mom moments.