A beautiful way to preserve your child's lost teeth

Filed under: Development/Milestones: Babies, Media

The excitement of losing baby teeth is definitely one of the highlights of childhood. There is a certain kind of magic to falling asleep and awaking to find money under the pillow. But keeping track of all those many lost teeth can be hard for a parent, especially if you have more than one child.

The Toothfairy's Baby Tooth Bank helps to store each tooth in a safe container to prevent loss. The center of the bank features a large tooth shaped bank to store money. There is even a chart to record the dates of each lost tooth. For $21.95 this seems like a cute keepsake for a child.

In my house the tooth fairy exchanges the teeth for money, so leaving the teeth for display might take some explaining; I always thought this was the Tooth fairy's policy. What does the tooth fairy do at your house?
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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