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    My older girls got $5 for their first teeth and $2 or $1 or whatever coinage I had in my purse at the time for subsequent teeth.

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    $5 first tooth $2/ $3 for others

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    $5 first tooth, $2 for subsequent teeth.

    I used to save my really new and shiny coins.

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    $5 per tooth (nothing extra for his first) and a little letter from the "tooth fairy".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bumblebeez00 View Post
    $5 per tooth (nothing extra for his first) and a little letter from the "tooth fairy".
    Oh this reminded me, I have a friend whose kids used to get a certificate from the tooth fairy for their first tooth.

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    $1 per tooth and an extra $1 if you pull it out yourself.

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    $1 !! Isn't it all about the shiny coin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSecret Squirrel View Post
    Oh this reminded me, I have a friend whose kids used to get a certificate from the tooth fairy for their first tooth.
    Thank you! I just found one on Etsy that's gorgeous- his tooth came out tonight just after dinner!

    I told him that as it was past the 6pm tooth collection cut off the tooth fairy will come tomorrow night ( when she's more organised !) he bought it as he's just excited his tooth came out!

    I'm thinking I'll do $10 first tooth and $2 thereafter

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    We do $20 per tooth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anjalee View Post
    It's so hard we tell our girls that Santa brings them one present and mum and dad buy them presents too, because we're lucky, but not everyone is so lucky so lets not talk about what we get too much. I remember at school being upset that I didn't get as much as my friends when I still believed in Santa.
    I saw a thing floating around on Facebook at Christmas time saying it's better to give one present from Santa and everything else from Mum and Dad, because kids will understand parents not being able to afford things, much easier than understanding Santa discriminating.

    And on topic, my eldest has a wiggly tooth at the moment and DH and I agreed on $2 for first tooth and $1 thereafter. Plus I found a cute certificate thing for free online which hubby has printed out.


 

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