'Ailani's First Tooth Fairy Visit! 

‘Ailani lost her first tooth over the weekend! Whatttt? Yeah, it finally happened. That little baby tooth that has been wiggling around in her mouth for the past few weeks finally freed itself and made room for a nice little grown-up tooth. 🙂 It came out in her sleep the morning of her first flag football game and she was sooooo excited.

To add to her excitement, I let her know that the tooth fairy would be visiting her once she fell asleep that night. The best part about this, is that she actually went to bed pretty early that night so the tooth fairy could stop by and leave her a dollar in exchange for that baby tooth. (BONUS).

‘Ailani woke up early that morning and realized that the “tooth fairy” (Aka: Me) stopped by and left a trail of fairy dust AND $1! Woo hoo! She was REALLY excited then. What a way to celebrate losing your first tooth, and to add just a little more excitement to the situation, ‘Ailani received another special gift from the tooth fairy. Check it out below!

Tooth Fairy Diarytooth fairy diary$1 bill


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25 thoughts on “'Ailani's First Tooth Fairy Visit! 

  1. Love the Tooth Fairy Diary idea!

    1. Thank you. I figured my daughter would enjoy it. 😁 And it’s a cute way for us to save her baby teeth. That’s a tradition in my family.

  2. This is such a cute story. I love the tooth fairy book idea!

    1. Thank you. I tried to be somewhat creative. Lol. ☺️

  3. Aw, so cute! I’m not ready for my little girl to grow up and start losing teeth yet!

    1. She’s growing up so fast. She just started Kindergarten a couple of weeks and NOW she’s losing teeth! Thanks for reading.

  4. So sweet! What a cute way to commemorate.

    1. Thanks for checking it out! ❤️

  5. My 4 year old is always asking me when she is going to lose her first tooth because she can’t wait for the tooth fairy to visit. I love the book idea! Will have to remember this!

  6. The Tooth Fairy Diary is so cute! My oldest is 6, and he’s so anxious to lose his first tooth. He doesn’t even have a wiggler yet. I’m also excited to bring the tooth fairy to him too. Congrats to your daughter!

  7. I love the little book you made! how adorable!

  8. How cute. I love the idea of leaving fairy dust. Thanks for sharing!

  9. This is a cute post. You have to share it with your little one once she’s old enough. She made out with a bandit with a whole dollar. Back in my day, the tooth fairy only gave 25¢. Lol.

    1. I only got 25cents as a kid too. And I was happy with that. Lol. Thanks for reading. 🙂

  10. How fun! I’m glad she had a great experience and wasn’t scared to loose her first tooth. I remember being terrified it was going to hurt when I was that age. I love the tooth diary you made, too cute!

    1. She was afraid at first but once it actually happened, she realized it wasn’t so bad after all. ^_^ Thanks for reading!

  11. Aww! That was so cute!
    Hi! Stopping by from Mom Bloggers Club. Great blog.
    Have a nice day!

  12. Haha. It looks so cute. I can only imagine her excitement!
    My baby is just getting her teeth and I am pretty sure years will fly by so fast and I am onna write a post similarly pretty sooner than I l think lol.
    We donot have the concept of tooth fairy in our culture. I am always intrigued reading about it!

    1. Aww. Time flies so quick! I remember when my girls had their first tooth come in. Seems just like yesterday. The tooth fairy is a pretty interesting concept. I thought it would be fun to add in some “extras” to make it even more exciting for her. She loved the “fairy dust” (it was just glitter) and the little “Tooth Fairy Diary”. Thanks for reading!

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