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    Default First tooth - how much?

    DS is about to lose his first tooth within the next few days. How much did you pay OR what did you do to mark such a moment?

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    I put $2 in every tooth. I kept first and second tooth, not the rest.

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    Yep its been $2 a tooth! And for whatever bizzare reason we have kept them all. Not sure what to do with them....necklace maybe?

    Marking the moment with money from the tooth fairy was enough for DS1. He was so excited he had a loose tooth but I think I was more excited.

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    I think she got like $5 for the first! lol. I had no coins... it wasn't expected (I think she was 4).

    But every other tooth has been gold coin.

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    Default First tooth - how much?

    I think 2 bux is perfect. Ds hasn't lost any yet but I would give that so it's enough to go to the deli and get an icecream or lolly for his tooth

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    Thanks. Anyone else?

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    Default First tooth - how much?

    I give a dollar if it comes out naturally. And 5 if it gets knocked out by a silly sibling.

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    Id say $5 a tooth

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    subbing - DD has her first wobbly one! Eek!

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    Default First tooth - how much?

    Wow, I'm tight, I would say 50 cents haha ... When I was a kid the bigger the coin the more valuable


 

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