While we were sailing aboard the Disney Wonder my son lost a tooth. After calming him down (for some reason tooth loss always came with hysteria and tears), we told him that it was pretty cool to lose a tooth at sea, and now he looked like a pirate! He thought about that for a few minutes, smiled and decided that having a missing tooth for the pirate night would be cool, so all was well. Then he asked the inevitable--"Mom, will the tooth fairy be able to get on the ship?" I assured him that all would be fine, and that yes, the tooth fairy would find him. That was all he needed to hear, and things went back to normal (back to the kids club he went, proud of his new found "pirate" self.)
So off I trekked to Guest Services to see if they had something that I could put the tooth in (for safe keeping). When I arrived at Guest Service, the very nice girl at the desk asked me for all of the details (and our cabin, etc.) so that she could alert our cabin steward, and then she promptly handed me a little envelope to put the tooth into. I tucked away the tooth, and a short while later we went to dinner and forgot all about the tooth, and tooth fairy.
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Do you have a magical Disney Cruise Line story? We'd love to hear about it.
**disclaimer--the tooth fairy money wasn't from Disney, or Tinkerbell, it *may* have been put in with that card by my son's "Tooth Fairy", who may have come into the cabin prior to the rest of the family from dinner.