Tooth Fairy Letters
The Tooth Fairy didn’t come!
I came by tonight to pick up your tooth but I had a very hard time getting to your bed safely. It was really hard to fly around your toys, clothes, books, and shoes. It was even harder to find your tooth with your blanket(s) and pillow in the way. I finally spotted your tooth but I couldn’t lift your head up off the pillow to get to it. Ugh! That part’s always a little hard for me.
I decided I better come back on a different night. In the meantime, please have your tooth ready in a little box on top of your nightstand to keep it safe until I get to it. Oh! And one more thing! Can you please clean your room? That way I can fly in and out really fast.
I love you very much!
The Tooth Fairy
P.S. Please don’t forget to brush your teeth two times a day especially at night. I don’t like to come near stinky breath.
You lost your first tooth!
Congratulations! I see you lost your very first tooth! You are growing up so fast. I was so excited to come to your house to see how big you’re getting.
Thank you for leaving a beautiful tooth for me to add to my collection. I left you some money for it. You get a little “extra” this time because it was your first wiggly tooth.
I also wanted to tell you how proud I am of you for doing such a great job brushing your teeth. Please eat fruits and vegetables, and drink lots of water or plain milk so your teeth stay shiny, white, healthy, and strong.
Here’s a joke you can share with your friends: What do you call a bear with no teeth? Answer: A gummy bear!
See you the next time you lose another tooth!
The Tooth Fairy
P.S. This is a really great tooth! Nice work!
Dr. Michelle Anderson is a pediatric dentist board certified by the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry.