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    My mum purchased a pot plant each when we lost out first tooth and would hide the tooth and subsequent teeth in the dirt. All of our plants are still alive today, thanks to being nourished by our lovely teeth! The oldest plant is about 26!
    Mum has no idea what made her do this but once she did it with my teeth it seemed a good idea for my 3 younger sisters.

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    I haven't thought about it.....I'm assuming my mum threw mine out.
    I'd be a bit grossed out if she gave them to me one day lol and I don't really want my old teeth.

    I like the pot plant idea. That's cute


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    I have thrown them all out

    They are old teeth, teeth, ick, I have no real emotional connection with them (I have kept first blankies, little dresses, tiny first outfits but I have no connection with teeth, I don't know why!)

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    Both my dd's teeth are like baby pearls have never seen such perfect teeth of course i am biased i will keep them all and probably look at then and wish they were babies again wen they grow up

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    I kept the first one in a little "toothfairy" satin bag that came with a book about the toothfairy. The rest have gone down the sink. None of ours were ever kept, we didn't think about them again.

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    I will probably throw them away when my child does lose teeth

    Teeth freak me out if they have fallen out or are loose etc

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    My mum at firat flushed them down the loo then started keeping them in the cabinet at home.

    Ahe stopped flushing them becquse she was worried they'd come back up the loo and bite her on the bum one day.

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    I have each tooth in an evelioe marked with the date list and which tooth it was ie 18/06/2010 left lateral incisor.

    I love that my mum.kept my baby teeth. What have I done with them? Nothing at all but I love that they're there lol.

    If my boys don't want them, they can throw them out.

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    This thread just prompted a memory. I found a tiny tooth when I was a kid in a little box. I asked Mum and she told me it was our Siamese cat's. I should have realized that would be a weird trinket for her to keep!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellybeanicecream View Post
    This thread just prompted a memory. I found a tiny tooth when I was a kid in a little box. I asked Mum and she told me it was our Siamese cat's. I should have realized that would be a weird trinket for her to keep!
    I have two of my dogs puppy teeth which are now kept with her ashes. I also have some if my horses mane and one of his old shoes now also kept with his ashes. I think I'm a bit sentimental lol


 

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