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Definitely - a £2 coin is far too heavy for the teeny-tiny tooth fairy to carry :0)

My daughter is absolutely awful at brushing her teeth - so I'll be very tempted to put a tube of toothpaste underneath her pillow when hers start to fall out. Am I mean?

Emma Angel

Ha ha! I might have to try that one, it's great.


I agree a £2 coin is way to heavy for the tooth fairy! She wouldn't be able to take off!
We still have the note the tooth fairy left for my son 9 years ago! She did leave a £1 too!
Rachel x

Anne Donald

I can remember waking up to find that the tooth fairy hadn't left the expected sixpence. My Mum helped me look under the pillow and the sixpence magically appeared .....

victoria montandon

when Harrison lost his first tooth, Neil wanted to put a £10 note under the pillow....I quickly had a count up of just how many teeth he had and quite how much that would cost, so like you we went for £1 for a 'normal' tooth and £2 for a front or back one !!!! xx


Very cute. You might like this: It's free with this code: "fairy-proof"


My sister has never forgiven me for telling my neice and nephew that the toothfairy pays £5 for a clean tooth in good condition....


Good Grief! It used to be 6d. Maybe it's the fare for the "ferry" that's put the price up...


You could also try to tell him that the ferry has sunk....

Solar power Australia

That is quite hilarious. £2 is too much for a tooth.I can feel he is really excited to see the tooth fairy. How cute!

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