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    Nothing exciting here just a gold coin under the pillow where the tooth was. Dd had 3 baby teeth pulled at the dentist (her adult teeth were coming through behind them and they wouldn't budge) so she got a $5 note for them plus some new Textas and colouring stuff from me.

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    What do you all do with the teeth once you collect them? Throw them out?

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    My mum kept them in a jar in her wardrobe. After 20 odd years when we found them, they stank a bit lol.

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    Im not sure what i would do with the teeth tbh.
    I suppose throw it out. Or maybe in the garden... that would probably make me feel less guilty than chucking it in the bin.

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    My ds1 has a little tooth fairy box that he decorated when he had his first wobbly tooth. The tooth goes in there and gets replaced with 2 gold coins (2x $1 coins). I kept the first one, put it in an envelope with the date it was lost and it will stay in his keepsake box. The rest I throw out.


 

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