MaKenzie has had two Very loose teeth since her implant surgery in December, I don't know if it is coincidence or if the hospital knocked those two teeth loose with the intubation tube during her surgery. Anyways they are now under my pillow. After a million and one questions about the Tooth Fairy, she told me that the Tooth Fairy made her "nervous and afraid." I put her to bed at her usual time 6:30 pm, (I know I am lucky.) She had me come back to her room 4 different times. She would say, " Mom we need to talk a little bit more about the Tooth Fairy." Then the 2nd time I went in she asked me if she could put her tooth on the dresser because (her exact words were "The Tooth Fairy might touch my face and I think that might not be a good thing." Finally the final time I went in there she asked me to take her tooth to my room and to be sure the tooth fairy does not fly in and see her sleeping. Hopefully by her next tooth she will be more comfortable with the tooth fairy. When Skyler lost his first tooth last year, he didn't get the courage to put it under his pillow for three days, he was scared to death of a fairy lurking around his room while he slept. Is anyone elses children scared of the good ol' Tooth Fairy????? I mean if you think about it, it really does sound a little on the freaky side, am I right????