Losing teeth is a milestone. When Zac was in Kindergarten he discovered he could wiggle his baby teeth loose. After the third tooth in as many days came out, we had a discussion about allowing things to follow a natural course. When I dropped him off at school the next day I sternly asked, “Are you going to lose any teeth today, Zac?”
His reply, “If I’m the luckiest kid in the world!”
Jake was more the child traumatized by the event. Fearful he’d be toothless forever.
By nine The Beauty Queen had lost all her baby teeth and started the routine of caring for her “adult teeth”.
It’s a part of being a kid.
For me, each time I have to adjust to the jack-o-latern looking grin when teeth are missing.
You know. Like this one…
Establishing a tradition that makes it fun gets no easier than The Tale of the Tooth Fairy. No, I’m not talking about the tale of the tooth fairy my children have heard where an inexperienced tooth fairy in training left $12 for a single tooth at the cousins house, causing envy among the children at mine. I’m talking a book that offers the story of the tooth fairy
The Tale of the Tooth Fairy is perfect in every way.
Available in both a girl and boy version, it’s a delightful addition to the whole experience.
The packaging is outstanding with a themed box, complete with a window to glimpse into the fairy world. It goes so far as to even fit in on a book shelf with a binding!
Inside the box lives an incredibly soft plush fairy.
To the incredible detail including a pouch for the tooth, shoes, knee pads, green felt hair and the embroidery on the face.
Beyond the cuteness overload of this plush fairy and themed box, is a bright and enjoyable book. The artwork is whimsical and the story was enchanting to my children.
My kiddos are sad they’ve already lost so many teeth, but fear not, we have two kiddos each with one lose tooth. They are looking forward to reading this book again and again and experiencing The Tale Of The Tooth Fairy in every way it was intended!
Pick up your copy of The Tale of the Tooth Fairy at StoryBookSet.com and indulge your children in a little magic!
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Julee is a quirky, dorky, North Carolina Transplant with an appetite to taste the world, meets its desserts and blog about them. When she’s not behind the computer you can find her playing with her family, reading a good book and celebrating the little things.
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