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    Default Teeth

    What do you do with your kids teeth when they fall out?

    Chuck them? Keep them?

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    So far I'm been keeping them (hidden in one of my jewellery boxes).

    I don't want to keep them, but I don't want to throw them out either!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Uniquey View Post
    So far I'm been keeping them (hidden in one of my jewellery boxes).

    I don't want to keep them, but I don't want to throw them out either!
    Ye see I'm the same, it's feels gross to keep them but I don't want to check them either.

    Ok, might have to make use of the keepsake box I bought years ago.

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    I hear you!

    A keepsake box is a good idea.

    I was thinking maybe putting one of them in their baby diary/keepsake book with their first haircut hair, but sadly after number 2 baby, my diaries went by the wayside!

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    Bin. They totally gross me out!!

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    Bin. Funnily my mum was having a clean out recently and found my 30yr old baby teeth She said "I have absolutely no idea what I was thinking keeping your teeth, I haven't looked at them in 30yrs" and threw them away!

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    Straight to the bin

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    nowhere near this stage yet but i might keep 1 then bin the rest.

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    Bin. Never occurred to me to keep!

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