Tooth Pillow

Although my son, Cruz, had all his baby teeth in by the time he was 6 months old, he has yet to lose a tooth. Nonetheless, I am prepared for when he DOES! I found the cutest and chicest tooth pillow for him when the big day comes.

 

Tooth pillow

Tooth pillow

This little pillow has a perfect sized pocket for a tooth, money and a little note to or from the tooth fairy.  It fits nicely under the pillow and looks nice sitting on a shelf as it waits for the next round.

 

Nothing cries chic like a boy in a swimsuit holding a tooth pillow.

Nothing cries chic like a boy in a swimsuit holding a tooth pillow.

Cruz is weirdly excited b this pillow.

Cruz is weirdly excited about this pillow.

My attempt to get a picture of his mouth to show all his baby (non wiggling) teeth.

My attempt to get a picture of his mouth to show all of his baby (non wiggling) teeth.

 

The pocket is made from unbleached muslin, the front is organic hemp, and the backing is unbleached canvas. Minimalist, modern, and natural looking!

 

The small and thoughtful details.

The small and thoughtful details.

On the bed.

On the bed.

A sticker to show size. YES, I KNOW WEIRD CHOICE OF A STICKER, but a girl has to do what a girl has to do (and I was at a loss for anything but this sticker choice).

A sticker to show size. YES, I KNOW IT IS A WEIRD CHOICE OF A STICKER, but a girl has to do what a girl has to do (and I was at a loss to find anything else).

Check out the website.

Check out the website.

 

Now that I have the tooth pillow, we are waiting to see when Cruzzie loses his first tooth. Until then, do tell me — what is the going Tooth Fairy rate these days? Does she (is it a “she”?) write a note? If so, what does she say? And do you keep the lost teeth (for some reason that grosses me out….)

Anika Yael Natori, aka, The Josie Girl

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6 Comments

  1. In my opinion a good range is $2-$5. I think it starts to take away from the excitement and innocence of it all when its about how high the number is rather then the experience of a fairy leaving you something under your pillow. Fairy dust, quarters, and notes can be far more exciting anyway at that age.

  2. We saved my daughter’s first tooth in a wooden tooth shaped box but yes I agree its a little gross and unnecessary after that. Cruz must be so excited to put his pillow use!

  3. That is such a precious little pillow! I say $1 per tooth … maybe more for the first and last or however you want to make the rules. Also, leaving $1 coins might make it even more special as it is something fun to save, as well as a new toothbrush!

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