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Tooth Fairy Letters for Your Child

Updated on November 18, 2014
A Letter from the Tooth Fairy
A Letter from the Tooth Fairy

Tooth Fairy Letters to Your Child

When a child starts to lose their baby teeth, it is an exciting time. (MOM! The tooth fairy was here!!!) For some children, it may be a bit scary. (Who is this fairy and what is she doing under my pillow???) Either way, many parents will want to celebrate this big event and make it more fun with a personal, handwritten message from the tooth fairy.

Below, you'll find many ideas to inspire you.

Notes from Tooth Fairy to Kids

Creating a fun and magical message is not hard to do. The first thing you need to decide is if you plan on making it yourself by hand, making it on you own computer, or using scrapbooking methods. Also, you can find many free tooth fairy letters online.

Below, you'll find ideas for any of these methods. Whatever you choose is perfect and your child will love it.

For the tooth fairy, curlicues, hearts, and stars are definitely appropriate.
For the tooth fairy, curlicues, hearts, and stars are definitely appropriate.

Sample Letters : What Would the Tooth Fairy Say?

Dear ___(Your child's name)___,

Tonight, I flew to __(Your town's name)___ to take a look under your pillow. You looked like you were having a really good dream so I tried not to wake you. I found the tooth you left for me there. What a lovely tooth it is! One of the cutest teeth I've ever seen! It's the best of my collection, I think.

Losing a tooth means you are growing up. Your baby teeth will fall out to make room for your grown up teeth. But don't worry—it will take a long time for you to lose all your teeth and you will have many new experiences to look forward to. ___(Your child's name)___, you must be careful to take care of your teeth so you'll have them for the rest of your life. Brush them well and eat healthy food!

To thank you for giving me such a fine and important tooth for my collection. I have left a little something for you, too.

Your Special Friend,
The Tooth Fairy

Dear ___(Your child's name)___,

I wanted to leave you a note to say thanks for leaving me another spectacular tooth for my collection. I've been watching you and your mommy wiggle this tooth for a long time! It was so exciting! Boy, that tooth really held on, didn't it? I thought it would never come out. I think we're all happy it finally did!

Also, I want to let you know that you have been doing a good job taking care of those teeth. It looks like you've been flossing, and I am very impressed. You really know how to brush! Don't forget to continue to brush every day, go to the dentist, and eat healthy foods to keep your new teeth looking as white and shiny as your baby teeth are.

I can hardly wait until you lose your next tooth!

Idea: Have your child write (or dictate) a questionnaire for the tooth fairy, one which you will fill out and leave under their pillow!
Idea: Have your child write (or dictate) a questionnaire for the tooth fairy, one which you will fill out and leave under their pillow!

Other Things You Might Mention

  • If your kid was tempted to pull his or her tooth out before it was ready, this is your opportunity to have the tooth fairy offer expert advice on letting teeth fall out on their own. She could even tell a cautionary story or two.
  • The tooth fairy doesn't like dirty teeth, right? Now is the time to slip something in about your child's brushing habits (or even mention the state of your child's room's cleanliness) but don't overdo it: you don't want the tooth fairy to sound exactly like a nagging parent!
  • The more personal you can make the letter, the more impressed your child will be. The tooth fairy might mention other struggles or celebrations your child has experienced recently.

Make Your Own Tooth Fairy Letter

If you are just a little bit creative, you can make a really nice tooth fairy letter and/or certificate. It is not that hard and you really don't need to fret over being extremely creative or making your letter extravagant. Your child will love whatever type of letter the tooth fairy brings.

Here are some things to think about:

  • If you are writing your letter by hand, try to disguise your handwriting so your child does not think that you wrote the letter. This is not hard to do, just add a little pizazz to your regular handwriting.
  • Use colorful marker, crayons, or pencils.
  • Use special paper or stationery or add some stickers, glitter, confetti, pressed flowers, or other decorations.
  • If you are a scrapbooker you can create a very nice letter with your scrapbook supplies. This will even provide a nice keepsake that you can add to your child's scrapbook.

As you can see, it is not hard to create a real nice tooth fairy letter with just a few supplies. Some paper and colored pens and you are good to go. Anything extra is nice, but not necessary. So if it is late at night and you don't have the supplies necessary, don't worry about it, just grab that paper and pencil and make your tooth fairy letter.

Tiny letters for tiny teeth from the tiny tooth fairy!
Tiny letters for tiny teeth from the tiny tooth fairy!

Tooth Fairy Jokes

If your kid has a good sense of humor, why not include some puns or jokes in the letter?

Q: What do you call a grizzly bear with no teeth?

A: A gummy bear!

Q. What flies, collects teeth, and goes "ARGHBACCHHAAAA" when he sneezes?

A. The really silly tooth fairy.

Q. What does the tooth fairy sing at Christmas?

A. "All I want for Christmas is your two front teeth."

Q. What part of a tooth does the queen like to put on her head?

A. The crown!

Q. What time is it when you have to see the dentist?

A. Tooth hurty!

Buying Tooth Fairy Templates and Letters

Not creative enough to write your own letter? No worries.

There is really no right or wrong answer when it comes to the buying versus making debate. Some people feel that buying a pre-made one is a better option. If you plan on buying a tooth fairy letter or certificate, one that will come in the mail addressed to your child, there are a few things you should consider:

  • Make sure you order from somewhere that you feel confident that your child's personal information will stay secure. This is important because you are handing out your child's name and address to someone and you want to be sure that the information you will provide will be used for the letter and nothing else.
  • Take a look at what is included with the letter and ensure that they are age-appropriate for your child.
  • Read the fine print and make sure you understand what you are getting and how much you are paying.

There are a lot of wonderful companies out there that offer this service. Just shop around and find one you are comfortable with. Your child will love getting a magical tooth fairy letter in the mail. It will definitely put a smile on their face!

Sometimes you can find some special-looking money (dollar coins, $2 bills, etc.) to leave with your little tooth fairy note.
Sometimes you can find some special-looking money (dollar coins, $2 bills, etc.) to leave with your little tooth fairy note.

First Tooth: Where Will You Put the Teeth for the Tooth Fairy?

Be prepared before your kids lose their teeth. I have five little boys and each one has misplaced at least one tooth before the tooth fairy had a chance to visit. This can be frustrating for your child: a six-year-old just doesn't understand that the tooth fairy will still come, even though the tooth is missing.

I recommend getting (or making) a box. These little boxes are so practical and will be such wonderful keepsakes later on. From simple homemade to heirloom quality, you'll find the one that is perfect for your child.

One more thing to think about: Where will you keep the teeth the tooth fairy collects? Keep in mind that you'll also need a good place to keep them, and if you have more than one kid, you'll want to keep them separate.

Rookie mistake: How will you retrieve the tooth and deliver the letter?  You'll need a better plan!
Rookie mistake: How will you retrieve the tooth and deliver the letter? You'll need a better plan!

How much does the tooth fairy bring?

Did you ever wonder what the going rate for a tooth is in other households?

How much does the tooth fairy leave for a tooth at your house?

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Take a Look at What Happens before the Tooth Fairy Letter

Obviously, before the tooth fairy's letter comes, the tooth must come out. Take a look at this sweet little kiddo celebrating the loss of his tooth. So much fun!

I would love to hear from you. Share your thoughts on this article, your tooth fairy stories, and/or ideas. Have a great day.

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      SherryHolderHunt 8 years ago

      Oh, goodie I get to sign first! 5*'s Love the theme, favorited.

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      Jimmie Lanley 8 years ago from Memphis, TN, USA

      A very fun idea!

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      Joan4 8 years ago

      This is delightful! What a wonderful idea! Will share with my son and daughter-in-law. Our 6 y/o granddaughter is having regular visits from the tooth fairy these days!

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      MarcNorris LM 8 years ago

      What a great idea for a lens. My son is just about at the age where he will start losing teeth and we will start receiving visits from the tooth fairy. He can't wait.

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      quippingqueen lm 8 years ago

      Excellent lens! I've just given you a little link on my Temple of Toothpaste (

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      Thanks for the tips and letters. Came in handy.

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      charkamman lm 8 years ago

      it is a smashing idea! Will spread the news of this lens to my friends with small children... absolutely worth it.

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      Imogen Crest 8 years ago

      Very cute, 5 stars!

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      anonymous 8 years ago

      hi fairys i would like you to come here

      love from anastasia

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      teamlane 8 years ago

      Blessed by a Squid Fairy, er Angel today! :)

      Colleen ~

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      seedplanter 8 years ago

      What a darling lens! Brought back sweet memories. I've linked to it in a brand-new lens, In Praise of Paper Letters".

      I remember the tooth fairy leaving a dime under my pillow. Shows how old I am. :D

      I think inflation has done a number on that poor Tooth Fairy. Five *****'s and a big fave for a very creative lens, Trish.

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      JenOfChicago LM 7 years ago

      Great lens!

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      i have a lose tooth ya know

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      clemency lm 7 years ago

      Cool lens, my daughter loves fairies.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Yes, we have tooth fairies who write letters in our house - it all started when one of our girls decided to write to the Tooth Fairy and ask all sorts of awkward questions LOL!

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      five starbaby-com 7 years ago

      What a cool idea. Nice job! I wish that I received a letter from the tooth fairy :)

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      dannym29 7 years ago


      Well done this is a brilliant lens, it is very informative and makes for brilliant reading.

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      huppa_girl 7 years ago

      Well in my house we have yet to see the actual tooth that has been lost. It seems that my son only loses a tooth while he has eating and then he swallows it! He cried because he thought the tooth fairy wouldn't come without the tooth but I reassured him that the tooth fairy is "all knowing". :=) Great lens!

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      Lee Hansen 7 years ago from Vermont

      I love the Tooth Fairy. I recently found my older daughter's first lost tooth, but had to hide it quickly before her daughter spotted it - I made my granddaughter a tooth fairy pillow and she's still losing teeth and believing at 9 years old; I'm adding this lens to Tooth Fairy Legend lens roll.

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      Patricia 7 years ago

      I never knew about tooth fairy letters

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      There's a site you should know about called It's got all sorts of interesting tooth fairy gift ideas like a CD, picture frame, and tooth holders. They also have a blog with tooth fairy drawings, poems, games.

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      momto4 lm 7 years ago

      What a great idea! My six year old is still waiting to lose his first tooth. Great lens!

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      Robin S 7 years ago from USA

      Congratulations new Giant!

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      TrishH LM 7 years ago

      @aka-rms: Thank you so much!!!!! I am very excited!!!!! =-)

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      Evelyn Saenz 7 years ago from Royalton

      The Tooth Fairy always left letters for my children reminding them to brush and floss whenever they lost a tooth. Not only did these letters help to remind them of good dental hygene, it also encouraged good writing skills.

      Congratulations on becoming a Giant Squid. Lensrolled to The Tooth Fairy Unit Study.

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      andreaberrios lm 7 years ago

      This is a very cute lens! Thanks for sharing.

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      jgelien 7 years ago

      I enjoyed this lens a lot even though my kids' tooth fairy days are long gone. I'm just curious know if that little girl ever got the tooth out on her own or not. My brother used to tie a string from my tooth to the door handle and slam the door. Not a big fan of that method! Fun lens 5*

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      lasertek lm 7 years ago

      Nice lens! I have never really tried sending tooth fairy letters for my children because I am unsure with the sites that I come across with. I might try the link you have posted on this lens. Thanks for sharing. 5*

      Hope you could visit my lenses and this fb page. Thanks again

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      eclecticeducati1 7 years ago

      How cool! Let's see we have had letters from Santa and leprechauns, but not from the Tooth Fairy yet. Great idea. Blessed by a Squid Angel.

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      peggyc 7 years ago

      This is a very interesting idea for my kids.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Well done and like your post, keep it coming.

      thanks for your post and I like it.

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      Rose Jones 6 years ago

      This is a great idea. I liked reading the Dr. Seuss Tooth book to my kids, as well as playing with some playdough dentist office toys before the visit. If I would have known about this idea I would have done it as well!

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      michelle_grace 6 years ago

      Love the fairies, they are so cute and pretty. Nice lens, very interesting for kids. :)

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      When I was young and single, my best friend left her 5 year old son with me for the night. That night just happened to be the night he lost his first tooth! He was SO excited and so I was I to be able to share that experience with him. I left a $20 bill under his pillow! My friend was not very happy with me but then I explained to the child that losing the first tooth is very special and that he should not expect the tooth fairy to let that much under his pillow for subsequent teeth!

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      rachsue lm 6 years ago

      What a great lens and great idea. I wish my kids still believed just so I could do it. Maybe for the grandkids?!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      i got 5 bucks on card

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      adunn 6 years ago

      I just came across this site. I love it. Im bookmarking! Take care and good luck Allison@Soldaat Van Oranje Tickets .

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Seriously, you want access to my facebook friends! No way!

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      scar4 6 years ago

      I know it the first time in my life.

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      JeffreyTymczak LM 6 years ago

      I loved it! I rated it up and joined your fan club, hope to see you in my fan club too! Great Job!!!


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      WorldVisionary3 6 years ago

      My daughter just lost her first tooth about 3 weeks ago. I wish I had seen your lens then! But, there are many more teeth to go...

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      babyfavors1 5 years ago

      That's really informational site i used to hear such stories of fairy tales in my childhood from grand parents that's all for fun to Baby lens.

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      buntyross 5 years ago

      This lense is really very informative. Thanks for sharing such informative lense.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      What an adorable idea. Blessed by an Angel

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      tcorbs 5 years ago

      Great idea! Nice lens

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      bassetmonkey 5 years ago

      Lovely link the artwork

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      NidhiRajat 5 years ago

      I really like that work.....great job...I love Fairies

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      writer_villa 5 years ago

      Nice lens here!

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      TheGourmetCoffe 5 years ago

      Very nice lens, great ideas for families with children. Thank you for sharing!

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      pangaloon 5 years ago

      I love this cute lens, my daughter is reaching the age where little teeth will be wobbling soon. I think a letter from the tooth fairy is a great idea, I am not that into giving money though. Great lens :)

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      RavenRunner 5 years ago

      Great lens. I have heard of Sending a Letter from the Easter Bunny, Santa and even Cupid, but never thought of the tooth fairy!

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      legaleze 5 years ago

      I can't wait to do this for my niece next time she looses a tooth!

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      Rhidawn 5 years ago

      such an adorable lens! Thanks for sharing it.

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      diaperbagdiva lm 5 years ago

      What a cute idea! Thanks for your lens :)

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      HuntAndFishGuides 5 years ago

      What an awesome idea! Can't wait to try this.

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      markettrol 5 years ago

      Great Idea....Great Lens!!!!....Thanks

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      h2ofs1 5 years ago

      some great ideas here, thanks and great lens :)

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      hey , Is the tooth fairy real??!! Please comment back!!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Awesome lens!!!

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      baby-strollers 5 years ago

      My daughter has no problem at all treating the tooth fairy like Santa Claus. I have to explain the tooth fairy deals only in cash!

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      CKirkness 5 years ago

      Thank You for the great ideas! It will be a while yet before the tooth fairy comes to visit my son (his first tooth is just coming in) but it's nice to hear of options for creating traditions when the time comes.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Just had a baby and my 9yr old lost her first tooth. I totally forgot the Tooth Fairy was meant to come, because I as up with bub all night. Next morning miss 9 comes in, Mum the Tooth Fairy didn't come, very sad about it. I said maybe the Fairy was too busy with lots of other teeth? Miss 9 said, "Or maybe the baby kept her awake all night?" I said, "did you know I was the Fairy?" Miss 9 replies " Well duh!" Don't they grow up quick!

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      ifuturz 5 years ago

      Awesome lens

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      ptnjust007 5 years ago

      good lens

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      Bobbala 5 years ago

      Great lens. Thank you!

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      BlogsWriter 5 years ago

      This is amazing, well worthy of purple star.

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      squid-pinkchic18 5 years ago

      Neat lens! I used to always get a quarter for my teeth growing up, and I was always very excited about that! lol :)

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      RestlessKnights 5 years ago

      Cute lens :)

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      This is so sweet, what a ngreat article

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      hirewebsitedesign 5 years ago

      Nice Lens

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      goo2eyes lm 5 years ago

      my godfather was a dentist. i think he didn't give me the tooth he pulled out. blessings for this wonderful, fairy tale-full-of-fun lens.

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      HalloweenRecipes 5 years ago

      This is such a fun idea for both kids and parents!

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      Stacy Birch 5 years ago

      I knew my mom was the "fairy" in our house, cute lens.

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      Jethro 5 years ago from Philippines

      I haven't experienced it because here in the Philippines, we are not celebrating it. Anyway, thanks for sharing this lens. Keep it up. :)

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      lilPinkfairy288 5 years ago

      I love this lens. The fairies are so cute. Thanks for sharing.

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      athena2011 5 years ago

      What a wonderful idea to add a letter from the tooth fairy. Wish they had these when I was a kid. Squidliked.

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      beaworkathomemom 5 years ago

      Very interesting and fun lens. Thanks for sharing!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      i lost 8 teeth got 2 wobbly teeth already

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      mariajones 4 years ago

      lovely lens...I love this

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: i mean only one that's wobbly xx

      i want my tooth to fall out 2-1=1 because ive lost one tooth yay me xx

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      bwet 4 years ago

      great lens...would let my kids read this:)

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      Edwinrocks 4 years ago

      great lense.

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      melissiaoliver 4 years ago

      Lovely lens! Squidliked :-)

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      LauraKiora LM 4 years ago

      These are so cute. We have just started employing the services of the tooth fairy in our house so this lens was really helpful

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      kmyangel 4 years ago

      i really like the tooth fairy :P

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      imThemis 4 years ago

      My little daughter's front tooth just came out yesterday!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      wants your name from mackenzie kessler

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      mysweetjane lm 4 years ago

      I think the tooth fairy takes credit card nowadays!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      how to find a teeth history

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      spids1 4 years ago

      Great lens very well written.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      our tooth fairy leaves crystals and the tooth (well looked after :) ) becomes a bright star in the night sky

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Thanks for a great lens :)

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      great lens :)

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      homesweethomebi1 4 years ago

      Cute lens.

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      mistaben 4 years ago

      Great lens! I love tooth fairy letters!

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      Baddew Fibes 4 years ago

      My girl lost hers tonight. Thanks for the great lens!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Just a little advise please...I am at odds with the 'In-Laws' as this is my daughters first tooth to be taken by the toothe fairy and when I was a child I received $.50 and eventually $1.00. Today...I was called a cheapskate!!! I have become the jerk, because I wanted to leave $1.00 or even $3.00.....I even buckled at $5.00. Being that my 'In-Laws' are here on vacation....oh...and I forgot the big one.....Very Wealty...not Rich...WEALTHY!!! ..I wanted to allow them to take care of the money part...UNTIL...I seen the little case loaded with a Benjamin!! YES!!! $100.00.What the Jeepers am I supposed to say, do...and then we are certenly going to have a few more fall out??? By the time she is done, we are looking at a down payment on a car...this is serious!!!. What do I say with out sounding like a cheap skate....I tried a few might be a litlle too much, would you consider letting me take care of the money I'm a Donkey's back end....HELP..or Do what my best friend suggested.....swap it out in the middle of the night!!!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Tell you in-laws to start an account for your child. Put .50 or 1.00 as you like under the pillow and the rest in the bank. Kids need to learn in a kid size way, starting small. Stick to your guns on this! In honor of your daughters milestones (and there will be many), they can make regular deposits. If they send your daughter $100, swap it for a $1 and put the 100 in the bank!!!!

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      RetroMom 4 years ago

      very interesting...

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      MadameJoy 3 years ago

      Such a cute idea! I need to write a fun letter for her next lost tooth!

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      toothfairymom 3 years ago

      @anonymous: That is a very cute website and the books look adoreable. I will be sure to order one soon. I love it!!!!!

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      toothfairymom 3 years ago

      @Baddew Fibes: =-)

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      i want a tooth fairy from faraketbe

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      whitebob_king 3 years ago

      so cute.interesting idea.

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      mcajaclyn 3 years ago

      Cute lens, love your ideas:)

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      nicolekato 3 years ago

      This will definitely come in handy.

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      ToolHire LM 3 years ago

      I sense the Tooth Fairy is getting ready to visit our own house as well, but I'd never thought of preparing! Thank you, I found your advice useful!

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      lawyer-marketing 3 years ago

      Great one.

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      CharMarie 3 years ago

      Loved your lens! Your tooth fairy graphics are so cute, too! My six-year old grand-daughter told me one of the last times she lost a tooth, that she wanted the "green stuff"! LOL! Kids - Gotta love 'em! Hugs!

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      steadytracker lm 3 years ago

      Thank you for sharing this great lens. I live in the Philippines now so the tooth ferry only leaves a peso, but it's a decent gift here.

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      Chloe 2 years ago

      Plz bring me a magic letter tonight

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      brooke 21 months ago

      toothfairy yesterday you came to my house and you gived me letter

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      sarah 17 months ago

      The tooth fairy never came to visit me and I lost a tooth

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      Ivy 9 months ago

      Dear tooth fairy it's me Ivy I have a lose tooth be its not ready to come out yet but can I still get money under my pillow today from Ivy

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      Rishal Chand 6 months ago

      I love tooth fairy's the best

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      sean hurst thompson 2 months ago

      to tooth fairy can you reply to my letter tonight iam not brushing my teeth any more so iam waiting till my teeth falls out

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      Emma 7 weeks ago


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      Lucy Ferguson's 2 weeks ago

      I was just wondering if you can write to the tooth fairy even if you're tooth has not fell out ?

      I love you're website

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