How a letter from the tooth fairy can be fun
Most children will find that a letter from the tooth fairy will be something fun to receive. This tradition is something that children as young as 5 years old often wait for with considerable anticipation. The younger years, when children begin to loose baby teeth, can be some of the most fun times for not only children but also for parents.
One problem that comes up for some parents is trying to find that tiny baby tooth underneath the pillow. These teeth are often very tiny and it’s often nearly impossible to locate them under the pillow of a sleeping child. Woe to the parent that accidentally drops that tooth and can’t find it in the dark because it is almost guaranteed that the child will find it at some point in the future. The other issue that comes up is the possibility of waking the child up while retrieving the tooth. Since parents often like to maintain this innocent stage of their child’s life for as long as possible, both these situations can be problems.
How some parents manage things
There are parents that have told their children that the tooth fairy is getting on in years and now has bad eyesight. So they ask their child to put the tooth in a plastic bag like a sandwich bag or on the nightstand or dresser.
Other parents are using a service that sends a letter out from the tooth fairy. This can add a lot more fun to the entire process. For one thing, getting a letter in the mail from the Tooth Fairy is bound to be an exciting surprise not only because of the sender but also that kids in this age bracket seldom get mail.
The service that provides the letter can also provide a few more services. One is to send out an official check from the Tooth Fairy, which is something else that will make the experience more unique.
People might wonder what the letter says. In that today’s kids are a bit more sophisticated in general, the letter might mention that the Tooth Fairy has been getting some counterfeit teeth so therefore a payment will not be made until it is determine that the tooth is a “real” one.
These letters are usually personalized so these can also make a charming keepsake. Parents can opt to use this service for the first time or subsequent times and the letter will be a bit different with each tooth.
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