The Bottle Fairy

If you follow me on Instagram, you probably saw that we recently got rid of bottles. Yes, my daughter is pushing 2 and a half, and yes she was still taking a bottle. But to my defense, it was only at night and at naps when she wasn't at daycare. She doesn't take a pacifier, and hasn't since she was probably a year old. For us, pacifiers weren't hard to lose, but bottles on the other hand were. Ever since she was an infant, she has wanted a bottle and a necklace (on me) at night, so it was just her way of winding down, and honestly it was just a faster way to get her to fall asleep.

I knew at some point, hopefully sooner than later, that the bottle would have to go. So I saw something on Pinterest about the Paci Fairy. The idea was that you would have your child gather up all the pacifiers in the house, put them in a bag, and leave them on the front porch for the Paci Fairy to pick them up. The next morning, the Paci Fairy would leave a special surprise for the child. Somewhat like the tooth fairy. 

I thought well if this works for pacifiers, then surely it would work for bottles. I mean what the heck, what do I have to lose? 

While Taylor was away with her MamMaw I devised a plan...


Give the Gift of Smile this Father's Day

Ok.. so my Dad has always been obsessed with his teeth since I can remember. He has always preached to me about staying active and fit, and taking care of yourself; especially when it comes to your oral health. He has always used one of those water picks since I was a little girl, and still uses one to this day. But to my surprise, he stills uses an old fashioned regular toothbrush. Not that there is anything wrong with them, but once you use an electric one, you will never turn back.
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