She decided that she was NOT going to leave her tooth under the pillow for the tooth fairy even though she secured it inside two containers as seen below. My hubby started talking about the tooth fairy. Out of curiosity she asked more him to tell her more about the tooth fairy. He said she usually brings children money and reminded her of the movie "Rise of the Guardians." Jeff told her she might get a quarter or a piece of candy. She said, "My tooth is too important to give to the tooth fairy especially since it was my first tooth to come out." She may change her mind in a few days. She even asked if she could write the tooth fairy a letter (if she did give it to her) asking to give back the tooth so mommy can have it as a memory of the special day. She also asked me if the tooth fairy was real or not. Honestly, I didn't know how to answer because I know the truth.
What do you tell your children about the tooth fairy? Please share your thought in the comments.
|Stored her tooth in a heart container inside a large Easter egg|
|The tooth obviously meant a lot to her and was very important.|
Free Dental AppsAlyssa explored the features of her FREE Kids' Dental app. She learned more about her teeth and how to care for them. The wonderful app teaches her how to brush and floss. Different conditions are explained including cavities, early and late loss, broken teeth, abscessed teeth, and gum disease. Furthermore, it discusses healthy foods and good habits. Additionally, the app contains a section called "My Teeth" which allows us to track the dates for her lost teeth on a personal calendar chart. She just added her lost tooth to the calendar today. We were able to add the date and a smiling photo.
|Reading about different conditions|
|Created a "My Teeth" calendar for Alyssa.|
Which dental apps do you use and recommend?
We are currently only using FREE dental apps, but we would love to hear all of your suggestions.