Being a mother I love that America's tooth fairy part of the National Children's Oral Health Foundation, is an organization that is "dedicated to eliminating children's preventable suffering from pediatric dental disease." These dentists and dental hygienists all over the country help bring children toothbrushes and toothpaste and teach them how to brush properly when they brush to avoid potential dental disease. I think this is an awesome thing they do to help teach kids how to take care of their teeth.
My oldest just recently went to the dentist for her first check-up and I liked the way the dentist told her that she was doing a good job, but to have mommy check her rear tires after she brushes. She now always asks me or my mom to check her rear tires when she's done brushing and my 2 year old now also asks for her's to be checked.
The Monsters, Inc toothpaste and brushes were the trick to get them to try a different toothpaste, because both kids like separate toothpaste and this one they both liked the taste of. They liked using Sculley and "Kitty" flavor toothpaste and they would roar like monsters while brushing their teeth. They have been using the Monsters Inc products since we got them and I am excited that I can go to my local store and pick up more so they continue to make good dental hygiene choices throughout their entire lives.
Cost/Available to purchase: $10 for all available at Walmart
Recommendation: Well I think you can tell how obsessed we are with the idea of Monster toothpaste. My kiddos have found the motivation they need to have fun while doing the daily hygiene chores they need to do.
Giveaway: NCOHF is going to give one of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers a 2 Crest Pro-Health Stages Monsters, Inc. Toothpastes (4.2 oz. ea.) and 2 Oral-B Stages Monsters, Inc. Toothbrushes of their own!
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