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09/11/2013 at 15:49
At the grand old age of 4.5 Aaron has lost his first tooth. The first to come in has been the first to fall out. Hos other front tooth is wobbly too.
I think he may be asking santa for his 2 front teeth for christmas!
09/11/2013 at 15:59
How weird was about to post the same thing!
Except B is nearly 5 and a half and has had two wobbly front teeth since the beginning of October. U hit him in the face and his mouth was bleeding. He went upstairs to clean himself up and came back down having lost his tooth somewhere in between. After an hour's of searching which included me taking the U-bend off the sink I found the tooth embedded in the bath mat.
B does already have his new teeth, as the front ones have been wobbly for so long and they seem HUGE! How much is the tooth fairy leaving?
09/11/2013 at 16:15
Awwww love the tooth fairy
09/11/2013 at 16:17
Eek! His have been wobbly for just over a week, wonder how long until the giants come?
Just a £1, he has asked for a chocolate coin so might dig one of those out too :-)
09/11/2013 at 16:34
Just a pound?? I was thinking 10p, 20p might push for 50p. I'm obviously well tight
09/11/2013 at 17:27
It's the only change I have, bar coppers lol. and then he can go and spend it in the poundshop if he wants
09/11/2013 at 22:12
I caved, after eading your post I was going to give him 50p and then thought sod it and gave him a whole pound!
09/11/2013 at 22:18
Ah I can't believe has lost a tooth already. None of Js are wobbly.
09/11/2013 at 22:49
£2 per tooth here. Was screwed when C had to have 8 surgically removed. SIXTEEN QUID!!!
10/11/2013 at 07:20
We put £1 under the pillow too. We told him he'd get a gold coin so he was very happy! QI I think 10p is a bit tight haha, I used to get 20p when I was small!
The first tooth that E lost was the first tooth he got. I was so hoping to keep it but he swallowed the flippin thing!
10/11/2013 at 07:27
Ouch AK! Well he got a letter, £1 and a chocolate coin.
The tooth which came out was his first, it seems so tiny now its out. Reckon the second won't be far behind.
10/11/2013 at 08:38
I got 50p per tooth when I was a kid (for the ones I never swallowed, anyway)
I have kept all of C's teeth. Even the ones he ground down so much, he needed removing, and were nothing but root... Bit gross, eh?
10/11/2013 at 11:31
Its a bit weird throwing a part of your child away! Not sure what i will do with the others :-/
10/11/2013 at 12:32
Well B wrote a little note for the tooth fairy and folded the tooth inside it. I then snuck in durign the night and removed the tooth from the letter and replaced it with a pound. This mornign when he woke up he shouted the tooth fairy never turned up. I went into his room and said what do you mean? He said the letter is exactly where I left it. I picked it up and said hmmm that's not what you left. He unwrapped the letter and found the pound. He was so amazed and excited. How had the tooth fairy come in his room removed the letter, read it, taken the tooth, put a pound ina nd put it back under his pillow without him ever noticing? I pointed out that he does sleep very heavily.
So now he wants to write a thank you letter to the tooth fairy for givign him a whole pound as he has never had one before
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