1. Tooth Fairy Reports
There exists on Pinterest a plethora of printables so you can have an official means of evaluating the quality of your child's tooth from the point-of-view of the Tooth Fairy. How about...
2. A Tooth Fairy Door
I'm sorry, maybe I'm new here, but isn't your kid's pillow the Tooth Fairy door? Apparently, that's not whimsical enough for some as there are tutorials for creating a twee little fairy portal for the Tooth Fairy to enter through.
3. Glittery Messes
If you totally hate yourself and enjoy wasting time cleaning, you could always go the glitter route. Here's an idea for glitter-stamping a tooth shape onto paper money or you could leave a fancy streak of glitter under the kid's pillow or on a window sill. Because nothing says Good Use Of My Time like cleaning up glitter.
4. Make The Tooth Fairy Do Confetti Poops In Your Toilet
Jesus Christ. Check this out- drop shiny confetti into the toilet and leave a note about the fairy "having to tinkle." I only wish I were making this up.
5. Photoshopped Tooth Fairy Creeper Pics
Oh, good grief. This exists and I really just can't. Take a photo of your sleeping child to upload to the website and then, Photoshop the Tooth Fairy into the picture. Is this really where we are headed, parents?
6. The Elf Helps The Tooth Fairy
In what I can only dub the most unholy of unions, you could enlist your Elf on the Shelf to "help" the Tooth Fairy. Worlds colliding in the lamest of ways. Although, I would like to tie up that creepy little Elf with dental floss. That sounds downright therapeutic.
In conclusion, a dollar under the pillow is pretty damn thrilling for a first grader and I just don't think the theatrics are necessary. Why keep setting the bar so high? It will only get more difficult to astound your small child if everything they do gets the Pinterest treatment. What's next, sprinkling glitter on their first poop on the potty? BRB, going to look that up as it most certainly already exists.