"When my boys were little, the gold dollars were just coming out and were very popular," recalls Tara Kennedy-Kline of TK's Toy Box." Their first tooth, the tooth fairy gave them a little drawstring bag with five gold coins in it. Every tooth since then, they wake up to find one gold coin. They never got the gold dollars for anything else, so they truly believed it was a tooth coin."
"We offered our son two quarters if he sold his first tooth to us, or he could take his chances with what the tooth fairy might give him -- which could be anything from a quarter to a dollar," shares Jen Hancock of www.jen-hancock.com. "He decided he didn't want either. He wanted me to keep his tooth safe for him in case he wanted it again."
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