No tooth fairy?

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My poor Bailey asked me to 'tell me the truth, are you the one who puts money under our pillow?'

She'll be 8 in 3 months, so I had to tell her the truth. Poor thing I feel bad for her. Thank God she didnt ask me anymore.

I hate being the evil, take her innocence away, Grinch.

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My daughter's 23 and I still tell her Santa brings some of her presents.


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My daughter's 23 and I still tell her Santa brings some of her presents.


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Originally Posted by Springcurl

My mom always used to write Santa on some of my gifts when I was older too

I told her there WAS a tooth fairy, it was just me. And I'd happily wear a tutu and wings if she wanted me to.

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My kids are 15 and I will NEVER tell them the truth, but they have never demanded it either. I mean I know they know (youngest is 12) but ill never admit defeat

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My kids are 15 and I will NEVER tell them the truth, but they have never demanded it either. I mean I know they know (youngest is 12) but ill never admit defeat

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Originally Posted by Libra_Moon
She backed me into a corner with the 'tell me the truth' business!

I asked her if she really wanted the truth with that stuff from now on or if I should just lie to keep playimg the game. She said she'd rather me lie.

Poor thing

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When my daughter asked I just told her, "Some people don't believe but I do."


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My kids know my stock answers:

Kids: Is Santa/Tooth-Fairy/Easter-Bunny real?

Me: They are magic.

Kids: I thought you said magic wasn't real.

Me: I did...magic isn't real.

Kids: Are you Santa/Tooth-Fairy/Easter-Bunny?

Me: No, they are magic.


It just goes on and on like that.
Awww. It will be a sad day if my daughter ever confronts me on this.
My daughter has somehow always known the truth about this stuff but she goes along w/ it for her little brother's sake.
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My daughter is 11 and still writes notes to the tooth fairy. I always respond to them and leave glitter with the money. I know she knows it's me but she likes the game. My son (9) decided that I'm the tooth fairy but Santa is still real. I'll keep the game going for as long as my kids want to play it. I buy special wrapping for the gifts from Santa. He stuffs their stockings and brings little things. The big stuff is always from SO and me. Santa isn't getting credit for the xBox

I remember when Ivy started to ask questions. I told her it's all about if she believes in the magic and didn't matter what other people said.

At least she didn't find out like I did at age 5. I caught my mom putting together my Easter basket. She tried to make up some excuse but I was crushed. And then she warned me not to tell any of my friends so as not to ruin it for them. I was in kindergarten. She made me an Easter basket every year until I was 18. I think she was trying to make up for it
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DD1 is now 16, but when she was 8, she let me know that she'd figured it all out:
Santa is real, we could never afford to buy all those gifts.
The Easter Bunny is real, Mom would never buy all that candy.
The Tooth Fairy is Mom, because there is no way any one would sneak into every one's houses to give money for OLD TEETH.
I could not argue with that logic, but she still expected the money for the teeth
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One advantage of having siblings is that my sister who is almost my age and I, when we saw Dad hiding Easter eggs and then noticed Santa's handwriting looked an awful lot like Mom's, got enlisted to help hide the eggs and lay out the Santa presents ... made knowing the sad truth a LOT more fun!
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One day at school, our class is discussing certain formations of sentences. Our teacher asks us for the name of a famous person to start off a sentence. I jokingly offer, "Santa Clause." She turns to me and says, "No, someone that actually exists."
... I was nine. I still managed to believe in Santa after that (my dislike for the teacher invalidated her response), but it was never the same.

As for the tooth fairy, I never had that much of a sentimental connection. She was just... there. Another way to afford video games.
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Luckily, my dad helps keep the vision alive for my nieces and nephews. The tooth fairy pays a LOT more at Grandma and Grandpa's house. Must be because she doesn't have as far to travel. Stinking kids get like $5 a tooth at the grandparents house! She (well, technically, it depends on who's on shift because nobody can possibly go to all those houses, ya know? We're an equal opportunity Tooth Fairy employment household...they've seen the movie with "The Rock" after all) also writes awesome letters that don't match the parental's handwriting, so that helps keep the mystery alive.

Oh, yeah. The Easter Bunny? Freaking independently wealthy, I tell ya. The kids walk away $20 richer every Easter. Individually. Because none of my siblings like their kids to eat candy and we really don't like boiled eggs or deviled eggs, they get change in some eggs, bills in some. Yeah, pretty much, we got hosed when we were kids.

Easter is my mom's deal. Tooth fairy is my dad's. My dad makes out like a bandit.

If only my parents were that rich when I was a kid. Or my grandparents were that inventive.
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