National Tooth Fairy Day 2017

Reason to celebrate: February 28, 2017 is National Tooth Fairy Day.

Tooth Fairy Day

At some point, all people have been visited through the tooth fairy. So, it shojuld not be a surprise that somewhere across the line, Tooth Fairy Day was created. Your tooth fairy herself (or themself because the verdict continues to be on whether this spirit is man or woman) has been available since a minimum of the Dark Ages even though the exact roots continue to be unknown. Actually, the fairy may are just a way to calm a young child which was going through the strange experience with losing a tooth (in the end, most of us have had the experience).Still, Tooth Fairy day is really a date that's made to pay homage for this generous spirit that's recognized to leave goodies or coins underneath our pillow. Oddly enough enough, the precise date of celebration is under conjecture some declaring it falls in Feb while some condition that it's locked in August. This really makes a little of sense, for we've yet to find away out to depart a gold coin or perhaps a snack for that fairy, as we're not even confident that she (or he) includes a pillow!

It's National Tooth Fairy Day: How much is a tooth worth at your house? (poll)
It's National Tooth Fairy Day: How much is a tooth worth at your house? (poll)

28 is National Tooth Fairy Day? Here are 10 tidbits we collected in honor of the day. 1. There's Tooth Fairy money, and then there's Tooth Fairy money. We know this thanks to the outfits that conduct surveys about how much the Tooth Fairy gives. Visa ...

How Much Money Does the Tooth Fairy Leave at Your House?
How Much Money Does the Tooth Fairy Leave at Your House?

February 28 is National Tooth Fairy Day, and according to a new poll, lost baby teeth are taking a bigger bite than ever out of parents' wallets. The Original Tooth Fairy Poll, sponsored by Delta Dental Plans Association, found that the average gift ...

13 adorable Tooth Fairy pillows for National Tooth Fairy Day
13 adorable Tooth Fairy pillows for National Tooth Fairy Day

Did you know today is National Tooth Fairy Day? Neither did I until recently, but let's not ask too many questions and just go with it because it's fun. My two oldest boys have crossed the big kid threshold into Tooth Fairy land. It's bittersweet when ...

Unique Holiday of August 22nd: National Tooth Fairy Day
Unique Holiday of August 22nd: National Tooth Fairy Day

It's an unofficial holiday that pays tribute to the magical fairy that places quarters, dollars, or other small surprises for children who place lost baby teeth under their pillow. While a child sleeps after losing a tooth, he or she often wakes up to ...

3 Savings Strategies for Your Kids on Tooth Fairy Day
3 Savings Strategies for Your Kids on Tooth Fairy Day

But for children who still believe — and parents who enjoy living out this fantasy through their children — there's always hope. National Tooth Fairy Day falls on Aug. 22, providing a chance to not only celebrate this fun tradition, but also gather ...

Tooth Fairy payouts down to just $3.40 a tooth
Tooth Fairy payouts down to just $3.40 a tooth

American children are raking in an average of $3.40 per tooth this year — 8 percent less than last year, according to a Tooth Fairy survey conducted by Visa and released Thursday, a day before National Tooth Fairy Day. “The Tooth Fairy has had her ...

February 28, 2017 is also Chocolate Souffle Day, Rare Disease Day, Floral Design Day