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Posted by Patricia I on 8/26/2013 to Baby Bedding
However, putting their teeth underneath the pillow they sleep on at night isn't always the best idea. Baby teeth are tiny, and could be easily lost within a child's bedding. Not only that, but there is a chance they may find swallow the small but sharp little bone while they are sleeping. Baby teeth loose in a sleeping child's bed could present a choking hazard. Not only that, but what are the chances while a parent is reaching under a child's pillow that they may be woken up, and the illusion of the tooth fairy is forever ruined, perhaps much earlier than is desired by either party.
Luckily, their is a safer and more discreet way to place the tooth next to a sleeping child, and add more fun to the tradition. Tooth fairy pillows are bright and colorful, and contain a pocket for the tooth. They can be placed near the child in bed or hung on the door of the bedroom, and make an adorable adornment for the bed during the years they are losing their teeth. Not only that, but it's much easier for a parent to slip out the tooth and slip in a few a bucks from the tooth fairy.
Tooth fairy pillows can easily be purchased in our store, where they come with many different colors and patterns, and will be embroidered and made into a precious keepsake for your child.