This year will be the year. With Miss T turning 6, the Tooth Fairy will be making a flying visit to our house. I have no idea when but we can’t be too far off, surely?! Miss T keeps asking when she will lose her first tooth. Just don’t tell her it’s a baby tooth because – “I’m not a baby, Mummy!”.
Then there are the follow up questions. Where should I leave my tooth? How does the Tooth Fairy know where my tooth will be? How much will the Tooth Fairy leave me?
In preparation for this momentous occasion, whenever it happens, here are some cute and clever ideas for where we can leave lost teeth so the Tooth Fairy knows exactly where to look (and leave the all important payment of a shiny gold coin).
The Maileg My Teeth Tin is a tiny tin perfect for tiny teeth.
The Maileg Tooth Fairy Mouse sneaks out of her (or his) box at night to collect the teeny tiny baby tooth and replace it with a shiny coin. When kids wake up in the morning, they can open the box to discover a shiny coin in her (or his) little pouch as a repayment for the tooth.
These Tooth Fairy pillows (in black, soft pink or mint green) have a pocket on the back to store the tooth along with a special Tooth Chart to record the date of the loss. You can tie this pillow onto a door handle, the end of a bed or anywhere special – clever!
‘Amigurumi’ is the Japanese art of knitting or crocheting small and this Tooth Fairy Softie is certainly small (and the right size for a tooth and a coin).
This beautiful handwritten, heat sealed and padded Postcard, with a very special pocket for storing a tooth, has all the information a Tooth Fairy needs!
Has the Tooth Fairy visited your house recently?
Where do you leave lost teeth?
What’s the going rate for losing a tooth these days?