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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    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!
    I had to ask my oldest to remind me the other night because I kept forgetting to be the tooth fairy for one of my younger kids. I still forgot and had to sneak in at 5am to take care of it.
    Occassionally our kids get a letter explaining the tooth fairy's absence, but it is hard coming up with an explanation as to why the tooth fairy gives one kid $2 and someone else gets $10 or whatever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    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!
    I'm the same, I'm so forgetful with things like this! I tell my kids the truth about santa, Easter bunny & tooth fairy from the beginning though - I tell them it's a game of pretend that parents like to play with their kids to make it a fun thing for them. (I also tell them some kids dont know it's pretend,they think it's real; so we mustn't spoil the game for them). It works for us!

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