yes probably, the tooth fairy comes every time usually....
Some mommys baby tooth,
Tooth fairies are wherever you want them to be. Tell your mum or dad that you want the tooth fairy to come and visit you when your tooth comes out. They know how the fairy knows when to come.
Traditionally, the tooth fairy comes to take your tooth away and leaves payment for each tooth she takes. If you swallow your tooth and there is no tooth under your pillow, you will have nothing to offer the tooth fairy and she might not come.
The Tooth Fairy comes out on April 13th.
It depends if you have the tooth or not.
It means your tooth wasn't good enough for the tooth fairy. That's hilrious!!!I love it!
they do not exist
fairys come out in all seasons because there are different season fairies if you are talking about the tooth fairy she comes out when you lose your teeth or a tooth
no you can loose your tooth anytime any way the tooth fairy is just your mom and dad
I am Sorry To say this but he/she didn't come because the tooth fairy is not real. I even asked my mom "is the tooth fairy real?" She said no honey its not real its just us. i belived her. she asked me am i upset about it and i said no because whats so special about a mythical fairy who cashes in your tooth for a dollar?
If the tooth fairy was real, then your parents would be getting money for their teeth also.
The Tooth Fairy comes when you lose a tooth. You leave it under your pillow and he comes and takes it and gives you money or some type of other gift.
Put it under your pillow and the tooth fairy will come for it
yes, you don't get the money for free. Your Mum and Dad pay the tooth fairy in there taxes. If they didn't pay the tooth fairy the tooth fairy wouldn't come. Why don't you just ask your Mum or Dad to give you the money then you can keep your tooth as well and keep a collection!
The tooth fairy is the concept of a fairy which gives a child a gift in exchange for a tooth that has come out. A child typically leaves the tooth under their pillow for the fairy to take while they sleep. The tooth fairy then adds the tooth to a special part of her all-white tooth castle in the sky. The myth in this form is practised in the US, Ireland, Germany, Italy, South Africa, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Portugal and the UK.
There are boy tooth fairies, but they only come to collect your teeth when your molar comes out.
Oh, Now you don't want to catch the Tooth Fairy. If you even think about it too hard, the Tooth Fairy will know, and out of fear, never come back to retreive your teeth or leave you a surprise again! This is a very important part of the Tooth Fairy's nature. The Tooth Fairy needs to be free, to thrive, to be happy and continue to live, and therefore, do the work that only the Tooth Fairy can do. You see, if the Tooth Fairy has already retreived just one of your teeth, then the Tooth Fairy has a direct connection to you through that tooth. The Fairy will know, with out a doubt, what you are thinking, if you think about it really, really hard! Especially if it involves the Tooth Fairyy! This is one of the major secerts of the Tooth Fairy, the first tooth is always the hardest to recover, sometimes it might take a night or two! But, the Tooth Fairy will get there, just be patient. It's because the connection, the touch hasn't been made yet, but once it is. You are connected by that tooth so be careful what you think about too loudy. You don't want to scare away the Tooth Fairy. To catch the tooth Fairy just hold on to his wings.
if you mean the tooth fairy, this could be a few days, or maybe she needs to find your proper address, she sometimes loses her tooth fairy book, but then she finds it eventually.
Yes, as long as you remember to put your tooth under your pillow.
i dont know i asked it
March 6, 2012