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I’m going through this right now, with a little guy in the house. We’ve had two visits from TF so far. Even she has been affected by inflation.
When I was a kid, I considered myself lucky when I got a quarter and didn’t have to work/search for it. (once, it was taped to my belly (swallowed the tooth while eating), and another time, it was frozen into the ice on our skating pond in the back yard, because I’d lost the tooth when I fell, and couldn’t find it.)
You had very inventive and fun parents it sounds like.
My parents are a riot. You’d like them.
I got a quarter.
AND I should add that was a lot of money. I only got .50 an hour babysitting when I started doing that and it was years later.
hmm I believe it was change, maybe 4 quarters or so. I don’t remember to be honest!
I got a dime, but only for the first few teeth. I was kinda old when I started losing my teeth (3rd grade). I lost my final tooth in 12th grade. Got too old for the tooth fairy pretty early on.
I think I got $.25 or $.50. My kids only get a buck. They don’t care how much they get, they just care that the tooth fairy was there!
I honestly can’t remember what I got from the TF, maybe that is a sign that kids don’t have to get money for lost teeth.
I think I got $1. but I’m not sure.
I’m sure I got a quarter or 2, I honestly don’t remember.
Bailey gets a few buck…usually 2 dollar bills and some quarters. Never the same, and I have always told him he gets more, the better the tooth looks.
Josh has scored $1 for each tooth, so far. He puts the tooth into a medicine bottle (one of those skinny prescription ones) so the Tooth Fairy can find it under his pillow (have you SEEN how small baby teeth are???). And she returns a dollar in the bottle. The first time, it was with a note that he could use the money to buy himself an extra treat at the school bake sale (with real homemade baked goods!!! Eat your heart out Michelle Obama!!), where each item goes for $.50. He used both of his dollars for that, I believe.
I got a quarter. Course in the 50’s that was a goodly sum for a kid to get. Nowadays the TF has to contend with the cost of living. LOL 🙂