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Tooth Fairy Letters

The tooth fairy will be making a scheduled visit to our house next week about three years ahead of when I thought she might be winging her way in. At least a scheduled tooth extraction gives the tooth fairy a lot of time to prepare!

I'm working on pumping this little magical dental nymph up to my three year old. At first she thought it was a funny idea and then she got slightly panicked.

I continue to look for ways to make the idea of the tooth fairy a little more sparkly, but if I'm really smart, I probably shouldn't bring her up again. However, for all of you mamas out there who have children who are NOT fearing the tooth fairy, may I direct your attention here. Tooth Fairy Letters allows you to download and print letters and coloring pages that are directed towards your specific tooth "situation" as well as tips for parents to prepare for the big "visit."

We need an "I think I can skydive" situation letter...wish us luck.

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