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    $10 first tooth and $5 every tooth after

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    Always $5

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    $2 for the first tooth, $1 for subsequent teeth in our house.

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    We will be giving $10 for the first tooth and $5 for the others.

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    First tooth depends on how traumatic it is (my eldest's was a long time coming and she was the last in her year to lose a tooth and had been very self conscious of it).

    Subsequent teeth get $1. No notes here for teeth.

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    Default How much for a first tooth!

    2 gold coins for 1st tooth and 1 gold coin for each tooth after.

    I figure i buy my kids everything they really 'need' and a lot of wha they 'want' so tooth fairy only brings gold coins as a token gesture and to keep the magic alive
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    Dd got a gold coin for her first tooth but the toot fairy also gave her a new toothbrush and toothpaste, wrote her a note and gave fairy dust

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    $5 for the first tooth, $2 after that, and $2.50 if the tooth fairy didn't get to come in the first night because it was too windy or she had fairy flu (aka I forgot).
    I have found $5 and a gold coin to be pretty normal among our circle....thankfully. I

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    Thanks for all the replies and ideas! DS got this from the tooth fairy last night! A mini letter and certificate and $10! He loved it!
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    Looks great. Honestly there's just no way I could do this for 4 kids. I quickly told my eldest the tooth fairy was just mum and dad. I am happy to keep some illusions alive but after we forgot to leave money for the 3rd time it was time for her to know the tooth fairy hadn't forgotten but dad had!

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