One thing I've noticed about the pandemic is how adorably kids are handling it. Just like seven year old Evolette Westhouse from Michigan.

Evolette lost a tooth, and you know what that means, it's time for the Tooth Fairy to come! Except Evolette was worried about the Tooth Fairy's safety.

Evolette even asked her mom -

The tooth fairy is just kind of a human with wings; a tiny little pixie human with wings, so can’t she get the coronavirus?

The night before she put her tooth under her pillow for the tooth fairy, Evolette voiced her concerns to her mom. And she asked her to make the Tooth Fairy a tiny mask.

So her mom did just that. She made a tiny, perfectly pleated mask fit for any fairy! Evolette had been helping her mom make face masks for full-sized humans before this, so that definitely made making a mini one a little easier. But Evolette's mom did say -

I may have cut my fingers a few times, because it was so small. It was really hard, I had to iron it quite a bit to get those little pleats in there, and make sure it could pop out and cover her nose and chin, no gaps.

So the Tooth Fairy got her mask, and Evolette got her dollar.

H/T WIFR

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