A mum shared the amazing way she recovered after forgetting to schedule a visit from the Tooth Fairy.

Sabrina Anna took to Twitter to share a photo of the letter she wrote to her young daughter pretending to be the fantasy character.

The adorable letter read: "Dear Avery, thank you for the beautiful tooth.

"I am so very sorry for being late! I got stuck in a sticky spiderweb last night and by the time I got myself untangled, it was almost daytime.

"I have to be back in Fairyland before the sun comes up.

"I wish I could have made it sooner to retrieve your 4th tooth, but I am extremely proud of you for being patient with me."

A mum has revealed she suffered a parenting fail when she forgot a Tooth Fairy visit

She added: "Because you waited so nicely, I am including a little something extra!

"I hope you can forgive me. Sincerely, The Tooth Fairy."

Sabrina wrote alongside the photo: "When you forget to be the Tooth Fairy... Confounded face #parentingfail."

Her followers were quick to reply to the tweet, with one person writing: "This is so cute."

The mum redeemed herself by sending her daughter a fantastic letter from the Tooth Fairy

Another person replied: "This looks like a parenting win to me!!!"

Sabrina revealed that she created the letter using an app called Canva, which allowed her to make it look legitimate and even included a picture of the Tooth Fairy.

Her clever idea comes after another mother admitted to a parenting fail after failing to check her son's pockets before doing the laundry.

Another mum suffered a parenting fail when she did her son's washing

Dr. Meadow Maze Good, who lives in Orlando, Florida, took to Twitter on Sunday to share a picture of her son's shorts.

The stone-coloured garment was covered in obvious pink marks after her young son left some crayons in his pockets.

Meadow captioned the picture: "Mom fail. I didn’t check pockets. Now most of my kids clothes look like this from @Crayola crayons.

"Any advice? I might have cried. #moms #parenting #OhNo #children #motherhood."