An Oklahoma child accidentally swallowed her tooth and her kindergarten’s principal wrote a letter to the tooth fairy to help the kid feel better.
Kaisley Blake, who is 5 years old, was very excited about her first loose tooth. According to her dad, she wanted to put it under her pillow but ended up swallowing it. After moving her tooth all morning on August 10, she accidentally ingested it, along with a portion of her burger during lunchtime.
“While she was chewing on it, she thought that the hamburger had seeds. She was pretty upset about it,” the father of Kaisley, who also has other 3 children, affirmed about the innocent mishap.
After this, the child regularly attended school at Henryetta elementary school in Oklahoma, where Principal Roger Williams helped her feel better about the tooth. He learned about the incident when one of his assistants as an aide walked Kaisley to him after being with her in the cafeteria.
Willams went to his office and wrote a letter for the Tooth Fairy, so the kid could put it under her pillow instead of her lost tooth. “Kaisley opened her mouth and showed me her little bottom tooth was missing,” the principal affirmed.
After the kid came back home, she was still crying because “she didn’t know if the Tooth Fairy was going to come and visit her,” but the relieved that found the letter in his daughter’s backpack, which helped him with Kaisley. He later said the letter touched him and shared it on Facebook and thanked Williams for writing it.