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<p>Do you do the tooth fairy,if so do you leave money,toys,etc</p>
<p>if money how much.</p>
<p>what other traditions do you do concerning the lost teeth?</p>
 

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<p>When my daughter (now 14) lost her first tooth, we tried to do the tooth fairy.  She cried and cried that she wanted her tooth back.  I told her to write the tooth fairy a note, which she did . "Dear Tooth Fairy (Mom),  I want my tooth back NOW.  Love, M****  She was six years old.  She just never bought it.</p>
 

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<p>Yep.  SO's grandmother got us this cool tooth pillow and book for recording which tooth was lost when, and how.  The tooth fairy gives SD a dollar a tooth.  I also have a small box from the craft store that I am going to paint a tooth fairy on (penciled it on so far) into which I will put all her teeth (which for now reside in a zip-lock bag).  I have to make sure she doesn't find either the box or the teeth while the tooth fairy is still visiting her, lol.</p>
 
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