National Tooth Fairy day is almost here. on November 28th the world of the tooth fairy will be open for all to see, and children far and wide will get to learn a little bit more about their little floating friend. But where did the Tooth Fairy start?
In 2014, The tooth fairy left $255 million under pillows and averaged $4.36 per lost tooth, up 25% from $3.50 in 2013, according to a recent survey. Back in 2013 that was because 86% of children who lost teeth got a visit from the magical fairy herself.
As a child the tooth fairy was probably a very fond memory of yours. The all knowing magical fairy that swooped in during a traumatizing time of your life (well, maybe not for you but I was terrified of losing teeth) who took your teeth in exchange for money or small gifts. Sadly one day we grew up realized that it had been our parents or guardian all along.This taught us a great lesson though, kids love the tooth fairy! This February 28th spend some time with your children and have some fun teching them about the tooth fairy!