Thursday, June 4, 2009

office of the tooth fairy

Anyone that knows me, knows that I am kicking myself over this product. I thought of this idea like a year ago and never hopped on it. Well this little smarty-pants did. It was offered up on the Internet about 6 months ago and now it is on's red hot shop. Dang. . . it's so good.

Being a mother of a 6 year old. . . this is perfect for the whole tooth fairy gig thing.

{redhotshop} only $14.99 Size 6" x 9". However, I can't tell how many "fill-in" sheets come with the kit? boo. Please Target, fix that.

{} from the official site:
The Official Tooth Fairy Kit contains one letterpress Certificate of Record for filing with your local Tooth Fairy and one reusable silk screened cloth deposit bag for your first and all subsequent transactions. The official certificate keeps record of name, age, tooth lost, method of extraction and compensation information.

Simply place tooth in the attached envelope and insert your completed certificate in the deposit bag. Place the full bag under your pillow. The tooth fairy will collect the Certificate of Record and place your compensation in the deposit bag.

Ah, so they finally realized that they should sell more certificates. You can now buy more certificates on the {}. One sheet $6. 5 sheets $25. 10 sheets $40. Smart. You HAVE to fill one out for each tooth!
Funny story time :
So my son (at the time 4 years old) went to see the dentist to got his teeth cleaned and such. He was telling me about it when I got home from work, "the tooth fairy cleaned my teeth". I said "honey, it was the dental hygienist that cleaned your teeth". He shook his head and furrowed his brow "No mom, it was the tooth fairy".
What a great idea. I think he is right. The dental hygienist should wear cute wings and wear some sparkly white outfit. Kids would love that.

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