Celebrating Milestones with a little Tooth Fairy Magic
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Creating special and meaningful traditions has become a core in our family. Whether it’s as birthday or finally riding a new bike we love a good celebration! Losing a tooth is truly special and celebrating milestones like these with a little tooth fairy magic is so fun. I’m so thankful for companies like Hold the Magic who feel the same way! We’ve loved them for sometime now, because their tooth fairy kits help us celebrate milestones with a little magic.
Who doesn’t enjoy a great birthday party and holiday fun? But more than anything it’s priceless watching the boys look forward to smaller family traditions. One of those special moments have become when someone loses a tooth! When Kai lost his front tooth and woke up to an adventure it was a game changer!
The focus on money was gone, and Kai found himself anticipating when he could have another encounter with the tooth fairy.
Why celebrate with magic?
It can be easy to go with convenience when it comes to “smaller” milestones. However, what makes the smaller moments the most impactful is our thoughtfulness. With the tooth fairy kits they are already pre assembled and ready for busy parents!
Each kit comes in packs of three (one per tooth). That’s great because it gives you time to continue to adventure without having to run to a store or order frequently. Also each kit is theme based and there are so many fun themes to choose from!
Wrapped up in a special golden gift bag, our tiny treasures from Fairyland (tooth fairy-sized, of course!), with a sweet little note from the fairy, are the perfect way to start a new tooth fairy tradition. Kai has kept every treasure in a small box along with each note.
There are multiple kits you can purchase that will suit your child’s interest. Each kit is just $29.95. Currently you can take 10% off a kit right on their website!
Make your moments count!
Every experience, moment, and even adventure is only for so long. We’ve learned to really make those simple times count with our boys. It helps them to see opportunities of gratefulness no matter the size and for Mike and I to view life from their eyes.
Whatever your special and magical moments are, we hope your kids love them just as much as ours do! Titus cannot wait to lose his first tooth ha!