questionswhat does the tooth fairy bring nowadays?

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I stopped by the bank and got some $2 bills. Extra fun when they go to spend them.

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We gave special money that they were to save Sacagawea dollars and $.50 pieces. (The Sacagaweas are gold in color, so that is kind of cool.)

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My parent's just left me a dollar bill for each tooth my pillow. The fairy stopped visiting when I didn't have any baby teeth left to lose. :)

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I started with giving the Sacagawea dollar coins when child #1 started losing teeth. But, by the time child #3 was losing teeth, I just gave a dollar in some form.

I like the $2 bills idea, though! My kids got one from their lemonade stand, and are planning to frame it. :)

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I remember getting Pokemon cards under my pillow in exchange for my teeth. I was more excited about those than I would have been about money XD

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when we have 'em, the kids get the gold dollar coins, if not, usually a buck under the ol' pillow

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Thanks for the replies - looks like cash is king. For some reason, she thinks the tooth fairy can bring anything, like atom ant it seems. Guess I will have to explain that the tooth fairy cannot fly & carry heavy things.

Now, what do I do with all the teeth I will collect?

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Money was king here as well!