The Tooth Fairy Came!

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It was quite the week for Oldest.  Not only did he start kindergarten, but he also had to have one of his front teeth pulled!  The day before Kindergarten!!  Pretty rough.  He was brave though, got through it all and only fell apart once it was all over.  It helps that our dentist ROCKS!

Before- Can you imagine someone taking a close up like that                                                                                                      of you?  I would be horrified!  To be a kid again!!

Anyhow, that night amongst trying to make sure we had everything ready for his first day, I knew the tooth fairy had to do something extra special as well.  So I turned to my trusty computer (normal people would probably turn to their sewing machine..?) and put this tooth fairy receipt together:

tooth fairy receiptdownload here buttonIntended to be printed as a 5X7, print on cardstock and cut to size.  I removed logo for printable version.  He was very excited to get both a first tooth AND a bravery bonus!

I dont know if he was more excited for the tooth fairy or the first day of kinder when he went to bed that night!
I dont know if he was more excited for the tooth fairy or the first day of kinder when he went to bed that night!

Our dentist gave us that cute little “tooth treasure chest”, but Amazon also has them here:

I just paper-clipped the $ to the receipt.
I just paper-clipped the $ to the receipt.

They’re growing up so fast! *tear*  What are your Tooth Fairy traditions?  I think it would be cute to read a fun book together every time they loose a tooth.  We particularly like this one:

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15 thoughts on “The Tooth Fairy Came!

  1. Our tooth fairy tradition was that she never came and was always really late (days late, weeks late). I think my youngest only has a few teeth left to lose, but this would have been a fun way to keep track–I especially love how you can mark which tooth they lost! My youngest just brings me her tooth now and asks for her dollar. #momfail
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  2. Hi, Alia ~ I LOVE this idea! So cute and a fun item for the scrapbooks later on. Your kiddo is super cute, and he look so excited about his big tooth adventure! Thanks for linking up at the Merry Monday Link Party! We hope to see you again this Sunday!
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