Photo Credit: ICaughttheToothFairy.com
One minute they're counting the seconds until their first visit from the Tooth Fairy and the next they're starting to doubt her existence. To help, here are 10 clever Tooth Fairy ideas to help your kids believe in the magic a little longer.
Leave a Trail
Leave fairy dust trail on your child's pillow and by their bed. While glitter is pretty, sparkly confetti is easier to clean up!
Take a Photo
Upload a picture of your child sleeping to ICaughttheToothFairy.com, where for $10, you can superimpose one of 20 fairies (in some she's blowing a kiss or taking a snooze) onto your picture for you to download.
Write a Note
Have your child write a letter to the Tooth Fairy, maybe even asking for a small gift. Then, she'll be thrilled when she gets a note in reply along with exactly what she wanted.
Wrap It Up
Giving money instead? Tie up the dollars fairy-style -- with sparkly, glittery ribbon.
Help your child get in the fairy spirit with very own fairy costume.
Send an Alert
The Tooth Fairy Beacon app lets your child place his tooth on a "porthole" to alert the Tooth Fairy that it's time for a pick up. The next morning when his tooth is gone, there will be a special message waiting for him.
Send a Message
Leave a new toothbrush, special toothpaste and dental floss in your child's bathroom with a note taped to the mirror.
Get the Pets Involved
Tell your kids your dog is working for the Tooth Fairy and reports whether they are flossing and brushing each night.
Leave Fairy Tinkles
Hey, even fairies need a bathroom break.
Leave a Shadow
Download an image of a fairy's shadow from a quick Google image search. Cut it out and tape it high on the wall, so your kids can't reach it. Tell them the Tooth Fairy must have bumped against the wall.