Squeamish about storing baby teeth but feel like you should? Get a baby tooth book

What to do with the Tooth Fairy's loot.
What to do with the Tooth Fairy's loot. Photo: Getty Images

There sure are a lot more charming mementos of early childhood than fallen baby teeth, but for many families it's a tradition to keep them.

It's hard not to feel a little revulsion when you happen upon your own small jar of baby teeth so it's lucky that modern parents don't really need to store them this way.

Enter the Baby Tooth Book from Baby Tooth Land. A small plastic wheel with sections for each tooth is encased in a handy book and comes with a chart for noting down the date and order your child loses their baby teeth.

The Baby Tooth Book is $29.95 plus plus post from Baby Tooth Land.
The Baby Tooth Book is $29.95 plus plus post from Baby Tooth Land. 

There's so much in these books visually to distract you entirely from the actual teeth; there's a range of sweet designs to choose from or just buy the wheel and chart by themselves ($16.95) if you prefer.

The Baby Tooth Book is $29.95 plus plus post from Baby Tooth Land.