Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Baby Tooth Album Review


Baby Tooth Album Review

Baby Tooth Album Review (Loose Tooth + Tooth Fairy)

The baby tooth album is a perfect way to keep their little teeth safe. This is a product I came across after I searched online on ways to store away kids's teeth. I found the Baby Tooth Album but I like to call it the tooth wheel...

After a few months of hiatus we are back in the mommy/Lyn's channel! This time I wanted to do a review on a Baby Tooth Album that I have been using for Little Lyn's teeth. This is something I got after she lost her first tooth and it's a perfect way to store and organize all her little teeth!

The Baby Tooth Album has different compartments for each tooth. There's only one open space and it's indicated by the pink sticker that says 'Spin'. It also has a diagram on both the top and bottom that way you can know where to place each tooth. This wheel also comes with a Baby Tooth Chart. The chart is useful to add notes or dates. It also mentions at what age to expect each tooth to fall out. Little Lyn is six now and I can't wait for her top teeth to become loose! :))




The Baby Tooth Album is about $10 but if I were to get it again I would just go for the Complete Tooth Fairy Kit which is about $25 and it brings the wheel, chart, door hanger, tooth pouch, and a blank letter. The Baby Tooth Album Flapbook seems like another great options since it has magnetic flaps and this one is about $15. Personally I think you get more value out of those. 


TOOTH ALBUM OPTIONS
Baby Tooth Album (Just the wheel)

Tooth Fairy Letter Idea
This is the first letter Lyn received from the Tooth Fairy ♥

Along with the loose teeth situation, I went to my local library and got some books for Little Lyn about the topic. She has liked all of these books for her favorite was 'Fancy Nancy and the Too-Loose Tooth'. She made me read this book to her many times! I'll link all the books we got in case you want to look for them at your local library or buy them online...



LOOSE TEETH / TOOTH FAIRY BOOKS
Loose Tooth  by Lola M. Schaefer
One Morning in Maine by Robert McCloskey
Dear Tooth Fairy by Pamela Duncan Edwards
Se Me Mueve Un Diente by Miriam Moss


A photo posted by Rosalyn ∞ (@lynsire) on


In the mommy/Lyn's channel we also shared a video 'First Loose Tooth and the Tooth Fairy Letter!' in case you want to check it out. I also have a Pinterest board with Tooth Fairy ideas for letters or different ways to give money. You can see my example above. Thanks for passing by and until next time!





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8 comments:

  1. I had never heard of such a thing! I have kept my boys teeth in a mini treasure chest but most have been thrown out. It just seems a bit gross to me to keep them.

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    1. Hehe, we all have different likes. Thanks for passing by :))

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  2. My twins have lost about 3 teeth each. I was wondering what to do with them. I need to check this out. Thanks!

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    1. I hope this can help, thanks for passing by :))

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  3. Such a cute idea! My oldest will be losing teeth soon, and this would be a great way to keep them.

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    1. Yes, having this has been so useful so that they won't get lost :))

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  4. Que hermosa idea, me enncanta conservar recuerdos de esas etapas tan bellas de nuestros niños
    gracias por compartir
    MAITE

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    1. Así es Maite, gracias por pasar. Lindo día :))

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