This post is proudly sponsored by Tooth in the Booth. However, I love and use this book with my family and all opinions are my own.
Getting my kids to brush their teeth has always been a struggle. I’ve done everything I can on my end, and I made sure we to go to a practice that does pediatric dentistry extremely well because I want their teeth to be in perfect condition. The issue is, they’re children so they obviously don’t see the big deal about their teeth. I’m sure this is a problem that many other parents have faced as well. A friend of mine told me that her kids are always on best behaviour whenever they have to visit Palm Court Pediatrics for their dental check up, but as soon as they get home, they’re impossible to deal with. An all too familiar scenario for many parents, I’m sure.
I’ve even had to tackle my kids to the ground and brush their teeth WWF-style. (Hulk Hogan ain’t got nothing on me!) As a parent, I know that if my kids do not stick to brushing their teeth regularly, a visit to a Family Dentist in Box Hill will be very much needed.
I’ve lied and said bugs will crawl into their mouths at night to feast on leftover food if their teeth aren’t clean.
I’ve told them their teeth will fall out or turn brown if they don’t do a good job brushing. My sister takes her kids to Fort Wayne Dentist and they love going! My kids hate going to the dentist, nevermind even brushing their teeth!
Since I discovered the Tooth in the Booth my morning and bedtime routines have been changed for the better.
My kids now WANT to brush their teeth.
Ever have one of those moments where you hear of a product and ask yourself “why didn’t I think of that?”
That’s exactly how I feel about Tooth in the Booth.
The Tooth in the Booth is a book that provides an interactive and entertaining way to encourage dental hygiene in children.
Not only does is it helpful for kids who ordinarily resist tooth brushing, but it is also perfect for the child who already enjoys brushing, as the book’s main character has a direct line of communication with the Tooth Fairy!
It has a similar effect as the Elf on the Shelf, only the Tooth in the Book watches children all year long to ensure they are keeping up with brushing and flossing.
Written by Lisa Moody and Scott Simon, the book contains beautiful illustrations from the Emmy-award winning folks at Riley Animation Studios.
The book is centered around Tiny the Tooth, the Tooth Fairy’s “right hand man.” The package includes a hardcover book and a Tiny the Tooth doll and Tooth Booth, which can be used to hold your kiddos’ baby teeth until the Tooth Fairy is able to swap them out for a surprise. The last page of the book contains a log for kids to memorialize the dates they lose their baby teeth.
Best of all, Tiny the Tooth contains a suction to attach it to your kids’ bathroom mirror to remind them to brush their teeth well. When it comes to dental hygiene, Tiny the Tooth is always watching!
Y’all know I love supporting small businesses. The CEO and founder, Scott Simon is from Tampa. I have really enjoyed working on him with this and think this idea is genius and creative. Wishing him and the team so much success.
Don’t have kids? Are your own kids able to successfully brush their teeth on their own? No problem. The Tooth in the Booth makes perfect gifts for birthdays (trust me, other parents will thank you!), holidays, school fundraisers, charity donations, and PTA giveaways.
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Cheers and happy brushing!