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    Talking Tooth fairy!

    I wasn't sure where to post this so i've put it under bdays because its fun and exciting!

    Was wanting to know what everyone does for their children when their baby teeth fall out?
    Does the tooth fairy visit? Gifts? Money? Are letters written?

    Very curious, as my son has a wiggly tooth and we are SO excited!!!

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    Can't speak for these days but we used to put our teeth in a glass of water for the tooth fairy at night when we went to bed. When we woke up in the morning there was a gold coin in place of the tooth with a little bit of glitter in the water to signify that the tooth fairy had been. The glass made it easier for mum and dad to get to the teeth. I can't imagine having to dig around under a sleeping child's pillow to find the tooth! I did leave a note for the tooth fairy once asking her to leave my tooth behind so I could put it out again the next night for more money haha.

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    Subbing. I haven't had it with my kids yet but my Aunty used to leave a trail of glitter for her kids.

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    We used to get the kids to put their teeth next to their bed and the tooth fairy would leave $1. When my DD lost her front teeth together she wrote a note telling the fairy to make sure she left money for both teeth not 1 .. she's now 17 and i still have the letter lol keeping it for her 18th

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    They put their tooth in a cup next to their bed, tooth fairy swaps it for a gold coin- whatever she has in her wallet.
    Just be aware that whatever you start, you'll be doing for many many teeth for many many years. I'm sick of the tooth fairy, I find it a chore tbh!

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    My kids have individual tooth fairies - DD's is Julie Sparkle and DS1's is Barry Glitter - who leave letters (the kids write letters to their fairies and ask questions etc... And they get $1 per tooth.

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    The tooth gets left in a glass of water and the tooth fairy collects it and leaves a gold coin in its place. The tooth fairy also leaves coloured glittery water which has apparently comes from her wings when she dives in to get the tooth (I add a drop of food colouring, i change the colour each time, and some glitter).
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    Default Tooth fairy!

    DS hasn't lost teeth yet but I want to get this

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    You put the tooth in his back pack!
    Plus look on Pinterest, there are heaps of cool ideas

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    I am dreading this phase. Teeth falling out freaks me out no end. Ew.

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    I am over it with ds1. He got so nasty last tooth it took the tooth fairy 3 days to get the tooth.
    He was holding the darn thing all night (wrapped in a tissue). I might have to try the glass of water idea. He gets a gold coin. I make it more if it was a pulled tooth less for a fall out. He has had 3 pulled one fallen out.


 

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