But no, he put it back in his moth to see if it woud fit, he showed us all over and over again, he put it in his pocket, he showed the cat. The last time I saw it, it was in the envelope he brought it home from school in, but it's not there now.
You have to write a letter I think... does not have to be tonight if you are trying to get DS to listen and learn. Perhaps tomorrow, get him to write a nice note to the TF explaining the problem and ask if she would be find enough to still visit
The tooth fairy was probably very worried he would lose it, so swooped down to grab it before the cat could eat it for safe keeping, and will pop him a shiny coin under his pillow tonight, he can under no circumstances try and fit the coin in his mouth!
Oh bless him. My DD swallowed a tooth too after nasty daddy brushed her teeth a bit too roughly and she was so upset.
I was out but was very impressed to learn that he fixed the situation by telling her that falling asleep thinking funny and happy thoughts means she smiles and the tooth fairy can see the gap where the tooth had been so will therefore leave a shiny coin.
She loved it and sure enough there was a coin in the morning....magic
My dd's front tooth was knocked out by a child who headbutted her (accidentally). Loads of blood, very sore mouth, and no tooth to be found! We left a note for the tooth fairy, but she didn't come (oops, forgot ( then we realised - *the window was shut, how could she have got in?* Left the window open the next night, harmony restored. I have all her others in a little box. They are so tiny!
DS lost his first tooth last night. Tooth put in envelope under pillow. Envelope with £1 coin put upstairs for DH to swop. I think DH may have just put other envelope with the first one as DS was saying about tooth fairies taking the teeth away later.