Emily from one of my favourite blogs just posted the cutest advice about making sure the whole tooth fairy business works out. My daughter is still a bit too little, but I hope I’ll remember all of this in a few years. Though when I was little my parents didn’t do anything like this, and I liked keeping my teeth in a tiny jam jar and looking at them occasionally. (They got kind of gross after a while, suppose I should have cleaned them first.)
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