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    DD is only 10 months but I can say with certainty they will be going in the bin. NOT a fan.

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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've kept a kitten tooth from both of my cats too.

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    I've kept DD's very first few baby teeth but now that we're onto molars and she knows all about the tooth fairy I just tell her to bin it and give her some money haha.

    Baby teeth are cute, wait till you have molars falling out left, right and centre, yuk!

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    I keep them.

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    I keep them put them in a little lunch bag and write the date on the bag & put it in their memory box
    I'm only keeping the first 2 teeth though.

    Well with dd1 it will be her 1st & 3rd she swallowed her 2nd


 

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