Mommy Katie: #Giveaway Tooth Fairy's Tale Gift Sets

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

#Giveaway Tooth Fairy's Tale Gift Sets


In my home, we have kids and I have learned that with kids, they are always growing. As a parent I have found that when it comes to teeth, we tend to make their teeth a big deal. I mean we celebrate as they first cut those baby teeth, then as they get older we celebrate the falling out of the baby teeth so they can make room for their adult teeth. We do this by having the kids save their teeth and put them under a pillow or in a place where it can be retrieved, then have money left in the place of the tooth. Making the process of growing up and changing when they loose those adorable baby teeth, a time that the kids look forward to.




Well as a parent, I have also found that just like when we get excited about those baby teeth making their appearance and we mark the time with photos and maybe a entry in the baby book, we also find that we save those baby teeth when they fall out. We do so by collecting them and playing the role of the tooth fairy, leaving money or a gift in the place of the baby tooth that has fallen out, then taking those baby teeth and saving them in a box somewhere. The thing is, when the kids loose their teeth, I end up putting them in a box, but not actually having then saved in a keepsake way that I would like. So when I was sent a Tooth Fairy's Tale Gift Set, I was excited to add it to our Tooth Fairy tradition! 

With this set, I can give my child a fun pillow that has a place for them to put their tooth in for the Tooth Fairy to retrieve. Then from there, I can keep track of each of those precious baby teeth by keeping them in the tooth fairy book, where I can personalize the set by adding a photo of my child, then their name on the other side. And as they loose those baby teeth, I can mark the date it was lost and put it in the proper spot on the chart. I can also share the story with my kids, reading about how the Tooth Fairy got each of their baby teeth and put them in this book for me! Making the Tooth Fairy's Tale Gift Set a great gift to get and give this holiday season! And to help with your holiday gift giving I will be giving one of my amazing readers their own Tooth Fairy's Tale Gift Set!




Product received, thank you to Tooth Fairy's Tale as well as the PR for supplying me with a product for this review, all opinions are my own.

22 comments:

Rebecca Williams said...

I'd like to share this with my 6 yr old, she just lost her first tooth! This would great to give my daughter

Austin Baroudi said...

I'd share this with my daughter!
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Janet W. said...

I would share this with my grandson who has his first wiggly tooth!

♥Heather Dawn♥ said...

I would give it to my five year old son. He hasn't lost a tooth yet, it should happen any time!

D Schmidt mummytotwoboys said...

I would share this with my six year old, such a nice prize.

Isaiahsmom said...

I would share this with my son. This looks so neat for our kids.

Katherine Riley said...

I have a 5 year old granddaughter that would love this.

Ken Ohl said...

love to give this to my little niece. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

JLin Mei said...

my daughter

Haley Cook said...

I would love to share this with my sons once they get a little bit older.

Charlene E said...

I would give this to my nephew who just lost his two front teeth

minibea12 said...

I'd share this with my grandson. He will soon start losing his teeth.
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AngelWinner said...

I would share this with my daughter. Very cute and one of a kind keepsake and tradition.

Sara Goodhind said...

I will share this with my two children if I win.

jill190 said...

My granddaughter will be the lucky winner.

Patricia Wojnar Crowley said...

I would share this with my nephew!

Martha said...

I would love to give it to one of my nieces or nephews!

laborders2000 said...

What a sweet idea! I would use this with my kids. They would love it!

Angela Saver said...

I would share this with my nephew!

Kris said...

I would share this with my nephew!

Colleen Maurina said...

I would share this with my five year old grandson who has started to lose his baby teeth!

Anonymous said...

This would be perfect for my daughter. Patricia