Friday, April 30, 2010

Aloha Friday #22 Tooth Fairy

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Question of the day:
What did the Tooth Fairy bring you when you were a kid? Or if applicable, what did she bring your kids?

A: My sister and I always got a quarter from the Tooth Fairy and my mom had these little treasure chests too put our teeth in. Princess just got her first "wiggly tooth", we will see what the Fairy brings her.





Mrs. Marine



Trisha

16 comments:

  1. I remember getting about fifty cents. lol! I got a dollar once or twice for the big teeth that took forever to come out, but that was it. I can't believe how much money the tooth fairy seems to leave for kids these days! My nephew gets like $5 a tooth! Inflation! lol
    Roxanne
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  2. usually a little money!!My kids the same!!So Fun!Aloha

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  3. I always got $1 per tooth,lol.
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  4. We don;t have kids and i never met tooth fairy when i was a kid.. i know.. sad like that:P
    Aloha!

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  5. We used to get .25cents but my kids get $2 for the first tooth & a buck after that.

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  6. I know for my first tooth I received a present and a little money. Then I got a little money for each other tooth. My son got a special gift (and note from the Tooth Fairy) for his first tooth and some gold dollar coins for the next. He has only lost two teeth with a few more starting to wiggle.

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  7. I typically got a quarter. The tooth fairy gives a dollar at our house.

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  8. Just some change but I remember being excited about that. My son hasn't lost his first tooth yet but it will probably be change as well.

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  9. I remember hiding a tooth under my pillow and not telling anyone it was there and then crying in the morning when I woke up and it hadn't been replaced with money!

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  10. The tooth fairy still owes me a stinkin' Barbie :)

    Have a great Friday!
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  11. I use to get a silver dollar & so my got a dollar & silver ones when I could find them. I still have their teeth tucked away in an old small jewelery box. They're all adults now.

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  12. As a child growing up in my country, this is not a tradition. So we did nothing at all

    I'm not sure I'll do anything for my kids either...we'll see.

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  13. I think I got a dollar, and I got a handwritten note :)

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  14. we used to get money... i think like 50 cents... not sure what we will do for the baby

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  15. Aloha! Just arrived to the island! Glad to have found you! Following.

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