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When Mom and the Tooth Fairy Team Up, It Makes For 1 Epic Note

When little Emily lost a tooth, she most likely was expecting to wake up to some money under her pillow the next morning. However, her creative mom, blogger Non-Stop Mom, had a different idea and used her tooth loss as an opportunity to get her to clean up her room. The Tooth Fairy left the child a note, shared by Love What Matters' Facebook page, explaining that she was unable to retrieve the tooth and leave a payment because of the condition of the bedroom.
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