Do you leave $1 or 5? A small toy, or a glittery, handwritten note?
Tooth Fairy traditions can vary widely,
with some families making it into quite the production,
while others simply slip a few bucks under the pillow and call it a night.
How do you handle what is perhaps one of our stranger parenting rituals.
The story of the Tooth Fairy is a bit weird.
It was originally created as a way of making the whole tooth-losing process fun for kids,
and a little less horrifying than it actually is.
Because let’s be real: losing teeth is kind of upsetting.
And for the very little, the concept of losing something they had assumed was quite
permanent can trigger a whole load of questions and anxieties.
Of course, as with all family traditions,
there is no right or wrong way to do the tooth fairy.
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