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Its time for the TOOTH FAIRY again...How much do you leave?

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5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
Well the heading says it all???

I have left a £1 coin and £2 coin before.
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#1
All she left me was 20 pence
#2
Usually £2 here .
#3
Surely health and safety would have concerns about leaving coins underneath childrens pillows! Must be a least a £5 note
1 Like #4
he got £10 when it was taken out in hospital plus a wii..the most expensive tooth in the world lol

He did have tonsils and adenoids out at the same time and was his 2nd op that year!

generally £2 coin and a little note cos he loves to read them..
1 Like #5
Tell the truth, leave nothing ;)
1 Like #6
RufusRabbit
Surely health and safety would have concerns about leaving coins underneath childrens pillows! Must be a least a £5 note


Need to get yourself some scottish £1 notes ;)
#7
i always got a pound.. i think that's sufficient nowadays too.

saying that, a friend gave his son £20. the little boy is 6. I was gobsmacked(!)
1 Like #8
RufusRabbit
Surely health and safety would have concerns about leaving coins underneath childrens pillows! Must be a least a £5 note


Oh yeh, kids will be pulling there teeth out if it was a fiver a go , lol
#9
Kids 1st lost tooth get a £2 coin. Any after usually get a shiney 50p as its silver.

Saying that we had 3 tooth fairy visits in 1 week so eldest DD got 20p for her last tooth!!
#10
for my 5 year old i guess I would leave a pound.
#11
hippyharry
RufusRabbit
Surely health and safety would have concerns about leaving coins underneath childrens pillows! Must be a least a £5 note


Need to get yourself some scottish £1 notes ;)


or egyptian ones? 10 to the £ lol
#12
My children used to get a £1, they are grown up now, so I think it has to be at least £2.
1 Like #13
shopstilldrops
RufusRabbit
Surely health and safety would have concerns about leaving coins underneath childrens pillows! Must be a least a £5 note



Oh yeh, kids will be pulling there teeth out if it was a fiver a go , lol



my nephew was trying to pull a tooth..determined even to the point of using string and a slammed door lol
when we asked him to leave it be he said 'no i need the money!' he was 6
#14
Could just leave an IOU.
3 Likes #15
I leave £2.50 for the child that looses the tooth and for the other i leave 50p and say the tooth fairy looked at your teeth and was happy at how you have been looking after them! X
1 Like #16
nothing, zip, nada

sorry but true, not paying for teeth I made in the first place :p oh and as a side have you watched The Tooth Fairy, brilliant learning little girls that if a man comes in yr room and says he's the tooth fairy and to keep it secret then its ok, just saying, dont want to start a war, thats just what hit me about the film.
#17
michelleleemoo
nothing, zip, nada

sorry but true, not paying for teeth I made in the first place :p oh and as a side have you watched The Tooth Fairy, brilliant learning little girls that if a man comes in yr room and says he's the tooth fairy and to keep it secret then its ok, just saying, dont want to start a war, thats just what hit me about the film.



and the fat hairy white man who comes down the chimney oO
#18
choc1969
michelleleemoo
nothing, zip, nada

sorry but true, not paying for teeth I made in the first place :p oh and as a side have you watched The Tooth Fairy, brilliant learning little girls that if a man comes in yr room and says he's the tooth fairy and to keep it secret then its ok, just saying, dont want to start a war, thats just what hit me about the film.



and the fat hairy white man who comes down the chimney oO


haha dont even go there :D
#19
depends on the tooth in our house lol. little teeth are £1 , bigger ones are £2.00 and the tooth fairy leaves a note, last time she said that if my boy was good and his back teeth came out they are £5!
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beth3735
Kids 1st lost tooth get a £2 coin. Any after usually get a shiney 50p as its silver.

Saying that we had 3 tooth fairy visits in 1 week so eldest DD got 20p for her last tooth!!


Bleeding tightwad, lol.

1 quid for my one
#21
Its been a while but used to leave mine £1. Be coming around again soon for the younger ones and will still be £1.

I used to get 10p and thought I was loaded so they're spoiled lol!
1 Like #22
Dude keeping them is a little bit creepy isnt it? what do you plan on doing with them? Make some jewellery?
http://www.ecouterre.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/human-teeth-jewelry-1.jpg
dcx_badass
I used to get £1 and leave a note asking to keep the tooth (obviously didn't re-use same tooth, parents aren't stupid), I have them all at home still, funny to see how tiny they are.

But you could store the teeth for when they are older instead.


Edited By: dh058977 on Mar 20, 2011 17:44
#23
dh058977
Dude keeping them is a little bit creepy isnt it? what do you plan on doing with them? Make some jewellery?
http://www.ecouterre.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/human-teeth-jewelry-1.jpg
dcx_badass
I used to get £1 and leave a note asking to keep the tooth (obviously didn't re-use same tooth, parents aren't stupid), I have them all at home still, funny to see how tiny they are.

But you could store the teeth for when they are older instead.





oO....ive got EVERYONE of my kids teeth stored away and will cherish forever :)...........Mmmmm could get a necklace made i suppose !!
#24
shopstilldrops
dh058977
Dude keeping them is a little bit creepy isnt it? what do you plan on doing with them? Make some jewellery?
http://www.ecouterre.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/human-teeth-jewelry-1.jpg
dcx_badass
I used to get £1 and leave a note asking to keep the tooth (obviously didn't re-use same tooth, parents aren't stupid), I have them all at home still, funny to see how tiny they are.

But you could store the teeth for when they are older instead.







oO....ive got EVERYONE of my kids teeth stored away and will cherish forever :)...........Mmmmm could get a necklace made i suppose !!


geez ud look like somebody from indiana Jones then!!!!

20p when i was a kid, the tight wads!!
then again i guess it taught me the actual value of money in a way :)
#25
under five £1, over 5 £2
#26
Bully
under five £1, over 5 £2
Did that wrong way round! Should be under 5 £2 and over 5 £1 as not many kids lose any teeth at 4 lol

I have kept 1 tooth from each of my girls in their tooth box.
#27
Have kept one tooth from each - used to tell them the fairies use them as bricks for building fairy houses X)
[mod] 1 Like #28
our tooth fairy will be using http://pocketnow.com/html/portal/news/0000010216//paypal-cards.jpg so after fees will be left with £3.29 + 50p transfer fee :D
#29
when i was a kid used to get 50p thought i was loaded still kept the pretence when i knew it was my mum lol
1 Like #30
my sons first tooth is about to fall out (hopefully not before wednesday, school photos lol) i was having this convo with the hubby, we discussed it with the boy as i gather the teacher has mentioned the tooth fairy because i said they make little statues out of them and he said no my teacher said they make a road (what.... never heard anything like that before) i asked the boy did she say how much the tooth fairy leaves you he said no it depends on how clean your tooth is, and then said his was very clean and do you think the tooth fairy knows her pin number????? i am very concerned now as to how much he thinks this tooth is worth lol i have imagined him putting a chip and pin machine under his pillow along with his tooth :)

when i was little i always got 50p i remember the once waking and finding a pound i was well excited years later my mum said she was gutted as that was the smallest coin she had at that time
#31
Sorry only just got back on some interesting comments..lol....

Well i was brushing my 6yr olds teeth this morning and slipped then...opppssss his tooth was hanging on for its life...then he pulled it out..errr.... i was sick of him knocking it about from side to side it was knocking me sick..haaa.

Anyway after asking u all what you leave for your children...my lad has gone to bed and left his tooth in the bathroom so there will be no tooth fairy coming tonight...thought about taking the tooth and leaving the money under his pillow but he might be upset that i the tooth fairy has taken it without him putting it under.

He looks like a vampire now two front teeth missing..lol
#32
Get some paper out! we are in the 21st century!:p like your new pic by the way.
#33
ukmonkey
Get some paper out! we are in the 21st century!:p like your new pic by the way.


well thankyou ....think am sticking with a shiny coin
#34
I always leave a £5 note for mine.
#35
samwants2save
i always got a pound.. i think that's sufficient nowadays too.

saying that, a friend gave his son £20. the little boy is 6. I was gobsmacked(!)

Must of felt guilty knocking the boys tooth out.

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