Monday, April 25, 2011

Tooth Fairy Supplies

I hope you all had a fun Easter weekend. We had a great time. And to top it off, Hudson discovered his very first wobbly tooth. I gotta get my plan together for the moment that little pearly white pops out of there. Here are a few of my favorite options:

Tooth Pillow

Official Tooth Fairy Kit
A storage container is a must. I'm loving the simplicity of the pillow up top. But I've been a long-time fan of the Official Tooth Fairy kit. And I'm still toying with the idea of a DIY Tooth Fairy bag.

While I'm deliberating over the logistics of the Tooth Fairy transaction, we'll be reading these books at bedtime to keep up the excitement and calm any fears he may have. 

You Think It's Easy Being the Tooth Fairy?

I'm lucky enough to have some sweet hookups for a professional extraction in the comfort of our own home. So I've got the frilly stuff under control and B can take care of the dirty work. My only other concern...what's the going rate for a tooth these days?


jeanine said...

I'm always interested to see how much people do for the tooth fairy! Our tooth fairy does 50 cents but I've found that she is cheap... although I still 50 cents is steep :)

Erin said...

funnily enough, our little guy just got his own pillow type thing for teeth as a gift. I will take a picture of it to show you or find a website that has it when I feel better. It is kind of random though.
And btw: that is super early of Hudson!!!
ps. my toothfairy gave me a dollar and that was 20 something years ago, so I would think it would be 5 by now??? I had heard of some of my students getting 20 but that is just ridiculous!!!

jakell said...

The going rate in our area is 1-5 dollars a kids get $1 a tooth.

km said...

Going rate for us is a buck or two! :):) I would really love a nice way to save all their little teeth and dates... I didn't do that for Krischan... and Mason has lost two and I'm not sure where they are? It's so hard to keep track. HAPPY TOOTH FAIRY DAYS!!!!!!!!