very first day and very last day of school. Must remember this!! I LOVE this idea!
Pinner said: I am repinning this site for you guys that still receive tooth fairy visits :) Incredible ideas here!! And one of my own: I used to use extra fine glitter (fairy dust) from Michaels and sprinkled it around on the nightstand with little "footprints" (from my pinky finger). The looks on the kids faces...priceless!! Sean and Joshua still remember it, all these years later!
Tooth Fairy Dust so the little ones can visually see the tooth fairy has made a special visit. The tooth fairy usually leaves her dust behind on the window sill or door way, foot of the bed and of course under the pillow.
Turn Miniature dollhouse parts into Magical Tooth Fairy Doors- this a brilliant idea and I love the 'real life' intricate details of some of these.
DIY hoola hoop fort. Could be a reading tent, or a secret hideaway, or a sleeping nook
DIY word family flip books
Mother & Child Mini Interview. Would be cute to do every year on your child's birthday. Put it in a binder with a letter to your dear one each year. Give them the binder when they are all grown up. This is soo sweet!