This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tooth Fairy in a Box. All opinions are 100% mine.
Do you have young children who are losing, or about to lose, their teeth? Maybe you are looking to instill good brushing habits in your children? If so, Tooth Fairy in a Box can make your job much easier!
One of my favorite parts of being a parent is cherishing my children’s firsts in life. As they grow, it is bittersweet to experience things like losing their baby teeth.
I know growing older and losing their baby teeth is a rite of passage for my children, but it can be tough. Knowing they are growing up so quick makes me happy that I have 3 amazing kids to enjoy.
Right now, my freshly turned 7-year-old son is starting to lose his baby teeth. It all started with his two front teeth, then the two bottom, one baby molar, and one canine. He has only lost 6 teeth, but I kind of wish time would slow down.
The Tooth Fairy has visited him consistently the last 6 months and has brought him things like new toothbrushes (he got a kick out of that) and some small toys. We don’t really do money in our home because small trinkets are much more fun.
My son was using a small child’s toothbrush but after his last visit to the dentist they said he has a lot of buildup and was ready for a full-size brush.
This all happened about 2 weeks ago at his last dental visit and right around the time that we received Tooth Fairy in a Box.
Tooth Fairy in a Box
So, you may be wondering what is Tooth Fairy in a Box? Honestly, it was new to me until I received our box for our son. But once I opened it, I was super excited to dig in and get my son excited for all things oral health.
What’s in the Box?
- The Littlest Tooth Fairy Book
- Brushing Chart + Stickers
- Tooth Holder Door Hanger
- Tooth Fairy Envelope + Letter
- Selfie Photo Frame (to show off those missing teeth)
- Kid’s Crest Strawberry Rush Toothpaste
- Oral-B Kids Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush
The Littlest Tooth Fairy book
Jared usually does the bedtime reading routine with our children. It is his time to spend with them after he gets home from work. Since our son looks forward to reading with him, they both really enjoyed The Littlest Tooth Fairy.
This book helped explain all about the sometimes mysterious Tooth Fairy and the surprises inside this box. Since admittedly, brushing his teeth is not the first task my son enjoys, the brushing chart was really motivating for him.
We stuck it to his door, and he has enjoyed marking the days that he has brushed his teeth with the included stickers. He also earns extras for choosing healthy foods like apples that are beneficial.
How to Build Teeth Brushing Independence in Kids
One of the things we struggled with as parents was having our son brush his teeth by himself. He was hardly doing a good job and would waste toothpaste or brush too quickly.
Oral-B Kids Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush
However, this box has helped instill better brushing practices with our son. He is now motivated to brush in the morning and night thanks to his big boy Oral-B Kids Electric Rechargeable Toothbrush, which is just like daddy’s!
I love how this toothbrush helps our son to brush for a full two minutes. We practiced brushing all surfaces, front, back, and even his tongue. It is so helpful to have switched from a smaller manual toothbrush to this model.
Plus, our son is loving the fruity tasting Kid’s Crest Strawberry Rush Toothpaste. At first, we were providing him with a natural variety that he totally was not happy with. But now that we have a toothpaste that is tailored to his age, he is much more interested in brushing his teeth. Sometimes, he is a little too eager to brush--never thought I would say that!
A Visit from the Tooth Fairy
One thing I especially appreciated when it came to this box was the Tooth Holder Door Hanger, the Tooth Fairy Letter and envelope. I cannot admit how many times we have used zippered bags and scribbled notes to adopt the Tooth Fairy persona.
Tooth Fairy in a Box truly was a savior for not only Blake, but also for us as parents. When Blake loses his next tooth, it will be a relief that we now have guidance & a plan (no more winging it or forgetting).
How to Buy a Tooth Fairy in a Box
Overall, both Jared and I loved the Tooth Fairy in a Box and would totally recommend all parents purchase one. The price is so nominal at just $34.99 and comes with a 60-day money-back guarantee!
Just the toothbrush and toothpaste alone have a $35 retail, so this really is an amazing deal and great holiday gift idea! Consider upgrading your morning & nighttime routine with just one box and help your child build a foundation for healthy oral care habits for a lifetime.