My Best Tooth Fairy Friend introduced to Covid.

Kayla Westhouse via Facebook

This pandemic season has been filled with moments of "whep, never thought I would be doing this..."

Newly added to the list is my 7 year old losing a tooth and immediately asking me to make a mask for the tooth fairy..

While I tried to explain the tooth fairy can't get coronavirus, Evolette followed up with "how do you know?" And "let's be safe, if she doesn't need it she will just leave it behind and let us know in a note"

She also made fair points like..
- She has to enter my 6ft bubble to get the tooth from under my pillow
- This tooth has been in my mouth, where all the germs are
- What if she comes to my house, and then goes to another kids house? Then that kid has MY germs too.
- What else do you have to do tonight...

So, I found myself last night at the sewing machine... Making my 178th mask. For a fairy. And now you can tell all the children that the tooth fairy is safe.

*Small edit since everyone is very concerned about Dad, he was the one who "helped" the tooth fairy write this letter, so I think he is ok not getting a shout out. The tooth fairy also left a dollar under his pillow for his