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    Default What do you do with the teeth the 'toothfairy' takes?

    Just wondering what everyone else does with their child's baby teeth once fallen out and collected?

    I can't throw them out so I have little containers for each child's teeth...it will go into their baby box once all finished. My 14 y/o sons is all done and my 12 y/o isn't far behind!

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    I imagine I will tip them down the sink!

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    My mum still has ours, went looking for something in her wardrobe when i was still a teenager and found them lol. 1 box for each child.

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    Yeah...I have a collection of DS1's teeth....not sure what to do with then either! Currently they are sitting in the back of the cupboard. Don't think I will collect the full set tho

    DS2 hasn't lost any yet and DD is still getting hers so haven't had to start new collections yet.

    My MIL gave DP his baby teeth on his 40th birthday with a lock of hair.

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    My Mum threw all of ours out, and I don't feel like I am any worse off for not having them now as an adult.

    So, with that in mind- I won't be keeping my kids' teeth

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    Ebay, people will buy anything

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    I bought a small wooden box and painted it up all nice and pretty. I also put a tight fitting false bottom in and all the teeth go under it.

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    My parents kept all mine, totally creeped me out when I found them.
    I have no intention of keeping any of our future children's teeth.

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    Ds1 won't allow the tooth fairy to take his teeth. So they sit in a container, where I expect they'll be for a fair few years

    Sent from my GT-I9100T using The Bub Hub mobile app

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    Well my kids collect the money, then they demand their teeth back, as they are fascinated with them. No idea what happens to them after that...


 

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