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    How much does the tooth fairy pay for each tooth at your house?

    I was thinking $2.

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    $5 for the first tooth, a gold coin after that

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    I agree with pp $5 for the first tooth and $2 per tooth after that.

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    $2 at our house... with lots of glitter!

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    $1 for one that falls out. $2 if it is knocked/pulled out.

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    My DD gets a small present and a gold coin. when i was a kid i got what ever change my parents had- usually it was around $1-$5

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    Ok I'll do $5 for first tooth and $2 after that and with lots of glitter.

    Bubs n roses, how come you give more if they are pulled out?

    C2p08, what kind of small present?

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    This tooth fairy gives Gold for good teeth, silver if slightly discoloured lol.

    Helps encourage good brushing :-p

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    I always remember when I was little and lost a tooth I would be so excited to tell my dad and every time he would come up with some crazy story that would involve him taken his false teeth out (he had a full set of denchers not one tooth in the mans head!) an scaring me lol no idea why but I guess I fell for it every time I use to think my dad must have been so rich from the tooth fairy lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mallie View Post
    $2 at our house... with lots of glitter!
    Glitter is a good idea! Wish I had have thought of that for DD1 (she doesn't believe in the tooth fairy anymore ) Might have to use it with DD2!

    I do $2 usually. But if the tooth fairy can't make it (or forgets)... she pays triple (still coins though!) And a teeny tiny note to apologies. It happened the other night


 

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