Fairy Day 2022 is on Friday, June 24, 2022: What is the exchange rate for the Tooth Fairy these days?

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What is the exchange rate for the Tooth Fairy these days?

That would depend on your personal financial status the Tooth Fairy tends to leave larger amounts for children than she did 20 years ago, I suppose inflation has affected her as well. I would say typically $1 to $10 depending on the age of the child and availability of funds on the night in question. When my youngest, who is autistic, was losing her baby teeth the "Tooth Fairy" didn't leave cash, but, clues to find special surprises like a fruit roll up or a small toy. It was like a treasure hunt, which kept both the "Tooth Fairy" and my daughter well entertained.

What is the going rate for the tooth fairy these days?

What is the going rate for the tooth fairy these days?

well we have a funny story in our family about the toothfairy

my cousin lost his tooth he went on all day asking how much do you think i will get will it be enough for the new game i want.. he was told the toothfairy usualy leaves £1 but for goodboys who clean there teeth they sometimes get £1.50

so he went to bed with a toothless smile fell asleep and his mum went in to put the £1.50 under his pillow... she went to bed..then his dad came home from work and not knowing his wife had already done the toothfairy duty he also put £1.50... so in the morning when he woke threw his pillow of the bed to see what he had got he had £3 ...waking the whole house screaming im such a good boy who cleans his teeth i got £3 ......so thanks to my aunt and uncles misunderstanding all the children in the family think the going rate is £3 but the good thing to come from it we all brushed our teeth untill we could see our faces in them........

so i have started saving already.. my daughter doesnt have all her teeth yet but its going to cost me when she starts losing them

goodluck and im sure your daughter will be greatfull no matter what she gets

Modern Day Fairy tales?

Modern Day Fairy tales?

I think the Rapunzel with extensions is a great idea. It meets the basic need of the modern fairy tale: taking the main "magical" points of the story, and giving them a realistic, modern solution. No girl has hair as long as Rapunzel, but it is easy to imagine a rich girl obsessed with hair ordering custom extensions of unbelievable lengths. Also, the tower she was locked away in in the story could translate to a very plush, but isolated, penthouse apartment. In the traditional telling of Rapunzel, the witch gets her as payment for allowing her parents to take from the witch's garden. Also, the witch is called "Mother Gothel," a German term for godmother. So to translate the witch into modern times, you could make her a stepmother, or legal guardian, or foster parent, etc., etc. She could be very overprotective, essentially keeping Rapunzel prisoner in the penthouse.

I also think the cell phone instead of a pea is a great modern twist! However, I can understand how you'd be stuck at this point, for the story of the Princess and the Pea is pretty simplistic, and doesn't provide a lot in the way of plot situations to tweak.

I'm not sure about Sleeping Beauty being an alcoholic - I think narcolepsy or being in a coma would be better modern twists.

Also, don't know if you've seen Ever After - it's definitely not a "modern" adaptation of Cinderella, but it's great for giving you ideas of how to take the "magical" elements of a fairy tale and turn them into realistic situations.

Good luck, hope these ideas help!!

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