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#21 LadyCheese

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    Posted 20 March 2008 - 11:30 PM

    Originally Posted by Yari
    My future step daughter lost her tooth when my FI was out of town. I was so freaked out, cause I needed to leave the money under her pillow. I was scared that I would wake her up. I went into her room and I made an attempt to put the money and grab the tooth, she made a noise and I ran. I went downstairs said a prayer and then tried again. This time in one swoop I was able to get the tooth and leave the money. She stirred about, but I ran out...I am so silly.
    LOL...you are too funny, that was sweet though...I prob would've ran too!

    #22 Yari

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      Posted 20 March 2008 - 11:30 PM

      I even left her door open. Oops!!

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        Posted 21 March 2008 - 08:16 AM

        We used to get a quarter. And if there was a filling in it, we received a demand notice for $0.25. My tooth fairy didn't mess around.

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        #24 Gretchen

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          Posted 21 March 2008 - 08:40 AM

          So, my best friend has a daughter that has lost a few teeth. Well, one time she was BROKE when it happened and pay day wasn't for awhile. SO... She the "tooth fairy" wrote this funny note and left it for her daughter (about 7 years old) and said that she was a bit behind on bills but would bring a gift soon. That one was more than the usual $1 and was like $10!
          For my little ones, we got a cute thing made to hang on the doors. I was afraid that the tooth fairy at our house would be TOO CLUMBSY and wake sleeping kiddos. They are like little purses that hang on their bedposts or door knobs. That workd for us.
          And, I REALLY like the silver dollar idea! We may have to start using that one!
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          #25 LadyP

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            Posted 21 March 2008 - 08:43 AM

            As we know Amir is not the average bear. He has lost about 5 already and he is 5. One fell out on the runway in LA and the others well I couldnt even tell you they fell out so fast. He get a dollar at home and he got 5 in LA. He even let a cute girl at school convince him to wiggle the tooth and pull it out.

            #26 LadyP

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              Posted 21 March 2008 - 08:45 AM

              Amir leaves the money under the pillow for like a week. He says the toothfairy gave it to him so he cant move it.

              #27 Celina

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                Posted 21 March 2008 - 09:40 AM

                Originally Posted by jilly76
                a couple of times I actually forgot to go into our daughters room after she fell asleep, she came in my room in the morning saying "mom, the tooth fairy never came" so I had to grab some money from my purse and run in there with her and say "lets search, maybe it fell behind the bed" and miraculously it would appear!
                This ALWAYS happens with me. I totally space it out. I tell my daughter to try again or leave a note the next time...maybe the tooth fairy was busy and I make up some kind of story.
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                #28 chonda25

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                  Posted 21 March 2008 - 10:35 AM

                  Pull IT OUT,
                  My 6 yr old almost 7 just lost 2 of her bottom teeth and 1 came out while eating cereal and the other one I pulled out because she was bothering me about it. She's been wanting her teeth to fall out for some time now, everyone even my niece who is a yr younger than her lost teeth b 4 her 1st one every came out, but mind you, she didn't get her 1st to well after 1 1/2 yrs old. I thought she would NEVER get teeth. I even took her to the dentist to make sure there were something up there. Hhhahahah

                  #29 LadyCheese

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                    Posted 21 March 2008 - 10:43 AM

                    G'morning ladies...I loved reading all the tooth stories. I have an update: the toothfairy is coming to town tonight!! Yay!! My daughter was pretty much begging me this morning to take her tooth out but I couldnt get a good grip on it due to my nails...so I asked Grandma for help. My daughter cried a little bit & wanted Grandma to stop but the tooth was hanging by a thread...one last wiggle and the tooth came out. Now her concern is that the kids will laugh at her in school. Its not easy being a kid.

                    #30 LadyP

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                      Posted 21 March 2008 - 10:57 AM

                      tell her I can send her pictures of the toothless wonder Amir to make her feel better.

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