Little boy loses his first tooth. Then Dad captures the ‘Tooth Fairy’ on camera.

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Little boy loses his first tooth. Then Dad captures the ‘Tooth Fairy’ on camera.

Parents will do anything to make their kids happy — including creating amazing memories that a kid will remember long after they’ve left childhood behind.

Daniel Hashimoto wanted to do something amazing when his 5-year-old son, James, lost his first tooth. He knew his son believed in the ‘tooth fairy’ and wanted to do something memorable for the occasion.

First, Daniel made his son shout out to the tooth fairy, letting her know he lost his tooth, telling him that her ‘helpers’ would be able to hear him and relay his message. Then Daniel and James set up cameras around James’s room.

The next morning, after James discovered the tooth fairy’s present — a crystal holder — the father-son duo looked at the footage. Daniel had taken the time to create computer-generated animation showing a fairy coming into James’s room and placing her present underneath his pillow.

Watch Daniel’s work below, and be sure to see the look on James’ face — it’s priceless…






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