In our house the tooth fairy leaves £1 but quite often she forgets and the children don't seem to mind too much. They understand that the fairy sometimes is too busy and couldn't find a slot (a bit like shopping with Sainsbury's on line)!But I did know someone who once got £10! for one tooth!!!
Yep its a quid, or a euro depending on the tooth fairys nationality, but it has to be a really shiny coin. They make the teeth into little spades you know.Fab pic of Alfie, what a grin!
Awwwwww - his first tooth!! You forgot to mention it when we met up today ..... hurrahfor Alfie! Hope the fairies came?~(:O})=
Oh, my mistake - I was convinced that this entry was headed by Thursday's date and as we met up on Friday .. well, you can see that I would have thought it had slipped your mind ..... I must say my mind is very slippery lately! hee heeI'm so pleased that the fairies got their act together - well done them.~(:o})=
Here in France he gets 2 euros, so I think that would be about £1.50 §
'tis a quid in my house! (and she's always late!)
Same here 2 euros and she's always about three days late! great photo of Alf..
Crumbs, it used to be an old shilling when I were a lassie...(and you could still change it for 2 and a half pence!)
$5 here, which probably works out to around 2.50 GBP. which reminds me, we owe for a molar lost last weekend! hahahah. bad tooth fairy.
Oh it was sixpence at most, when I was little!!! a whole shilling?LG gets a pound, when we remember!Then she leaves it lying on the shelf for weeks, until I reclaim it and she never notices!!!What a bad mother.
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