The tooth fairy is the child's parents coming to the kid's bed at night, taking their tooth, and replacing it with money. Pretty obvious, like, the parents or another adult ARE the ones telling the kid the story! No, I don't believe in it.
I did until the tooth fairy stop leaving quarters under my pillow.
I am the tooth fairy in my house. And to any parents who are interested in getting out of the tooth fairy deal cheap, here's a tip: instead of forking over $5 or $10, put in one or two of those gold-sprayed $1 presidential coins. They're fun for the kids, who think they're getting interesting coins from the fairy. Plus, they can still be spent. So, it's a win-win.
by Patricia Scott4 years ago
Is it okay to tell children there is Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, and the Easter Bunny?Share your thoughts please.
by RodneyBlaec Rainey4 years ago
Why keep perpetuating the myths of Santa Clause, the Easter Bunny, Tooth Fairy etc.?
by DaKingsKid7 years ago
Santa Claus, The Tooth Fairy, Easter Bunny, and Baby Jesus.They find out that Santa is not real.And the Tooth Fairy, Not RealAgain the Easter bunny, Not RealWhat happens to the Idea of baby Jesus?I feel like I am...
by Lynda Lou7 years ago
Do you have a funny Tooth Fairy story?What was the most money you received from the Tooth Fairy?
by scarlettdragonfly6 years ago
Are there any mom's here that writes fun notes to their kid's from Santa or the tooth fairy?Do any other mom's here write note's from the tooth fairy to their children? or draw a tooth on that special dollar bill?
by Laura du Toit8 years ago
Does the tooth fairy still exist and how much should he bring?
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