Saturday, January 21, 2012
Our First Visit from the Tooth Fairy
She was a bit scared, I think. She had a very worried sound in her voice and said, "Mommy, something happened to my tooth. Oh! I think it came out (insert worried tone.)" and she pick it up off the floor.
I knew I was going to take a picture of her and upload it to iCaughtTheToothFairy and the tooth fairy options were all wearing the same color dress. So, picking out the water color was easy. My daughter is a fairy-fanatic, so we have talked about fairies a lot and she thought there would probably be fairy dust (hence the glitter) and there are different fairies, so next time it might be a different color. What fun!
If you look at the top picture, you will see she has a drawing and a letter next tot he glass. I wanted to keep the teeth (at least for now) and didn't want to worry about hiding them. So I asked her if she thought the tooth fairy would let me keep it. She thought that if we wrote her a letter asking her and if my daughter drew her a picture in exchange for the tooth, that she would be ok with that.
And then after a recommendation from a friend, I went in search of a Tooth Keepsake box and came across this craft kit ( Toysmith 4M Tooth Fairy Keepsake Box 34564) to make one! Plus, if I use some plaster of paris, I can reuse the mold for when my son reaches this milestone.
And finally, you can see the picture of the tooth fairy coming to visit my daughter as she sleeps!
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Posted by Lame Shrill Owl at 2:00 AM