Ratoncito Pérez - A famous present for your child in blue!
- Baby Tooth Organizer: to save and organize baby teethArea for a "toothless" picture: to cherish your child's toothless moment
- Area for a "toothless" picture: to cherish your child's toothless moment
- Baby Tooth Guide: to keep track of your child's changing smile
- Hand painted cover: depicting a whimsical tooth fairyland
- Magnetic flap: to securily close book shut
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Just add "toothless" picture and baby teeth!! Save, organize and cherish your child's precious baby teeth in this one-of-a-kind flapbook and baby tooth organizer.
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The first flap (going left to right) has space to write the child's name with "'s Baby Tooth Book" behind it, and a place marked as a place to put a toothless picture there. The middle flap is the place to actually put the lost baby teeth. It's a covered dial (of sorts) with little compartments to hold all of the baby teeth. The covering is clear plastic and rotates around so you can move the empty space to the correct place where the tooth is supposed to go without the risk of all the teeth falling out. The compartments are arranged circular and shows where all of the teeth are supposed to go in what compartment, top and bottom teeth, and there are illustrated teeth above it's compartment to help show which tooth goes where. The last flap is a Baby Tooth Chart, and has a drawing of all of the upper teeth and lower teeth that are lettered individually, starting with A for the upper second molar, through to T for the lower second molar. There is a line next to each tooth so you can put the date that the child lost his/her tooth on. The bottom of the Baby Tooth Chart shows all of the upper and lower teeth, where they are in the mouth, ages they erupt, and ages they shed (lose.)
I love recordkeeping and keepsakes, especially when it comes to my daughter, and I love this keepsake book. My daughter is only 5, and she lost her first tooth this year, and now she has three teeth in there. I don't let her know I have this, because I want her to believe in the tooth fairy. I will keep preserving all of her teeth and dates lost in this book, and someday, when she's way older, I'll give it to her to keep for her own keepsake.
What I love about this book is that I have a safe place to keep her baby teeth organized and record the dates they were lost, the spinning dial on the compartments so you can easily turn the empty slot to the space you need to put the tooth in without risking all the teeth coming out, the diagram that shows where all the teeth are, has a place to record the date lost, and the informative diagram that shows what all the teeth are called, when they erupt, and when they are shed.
This is a real winner, I highly recommend it. It would make a great baby shower gift too. The illustrations on the outside of the book are really cute too. Thank you for reading my review, I hope it was helpful.