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When I lost my first tooth, I was sure it was because of what my mother used to say -- if we didn't take good care of our teeth, they'd fall out.
It took some convincing from my brother before I told anyone else and would let the Tooth Fairy come get it.
I used to believe I was an elf because I had pointy ears and everyone I met would make a big deal about it. So then when I got old enough to read on my own, I read a book about fairies. So I started not eating meat for a while and spent all of my time barefoot and outside. I even thought Tinker Bell was my sister!
Then I met this really mean girl who thought she was an elf princess because she had pointy ears too. I thought she was lying, and I asked her how she knew she was a elf. We had this big argument at school one day and we were going to have a big competition, but eventually the principle came and told us that both of us could be elves. I never did like her. To this day, I don't think I'm an elf, but I do still believe in fairies. Is that normal for a 12 year old?
I believed that the tooth fairy was an owl, because i always seemed to find feathers near my bed when i lost my tooth. I think they were probably coming out of my feather quilt, but i stil don't know why they only came out when i lost my tooth.
I cried on my 15th birthday because i was too old to be taken to neverland.
i used to believe that Peter Pan would take me to Neverland but only if i told stories so everynight before i fell asleep i would tell my stuffed animals stories about Cinderella, Snow White, and ofcourse Peter Pan. I'm still waiting for him to show up. :)
When I was little, probably about two or three, my older sister convinced me and my friend that she was Tinker Bell, And that she could take us to Neverland. She would have us take arm hands and she would take us. She would tell us that everything in Neverland looked the same as it did in our world. Me and my friend would go around playing in Neverland, but of course we had to be careful that the pirates didn't catch us because my sister (being Tinker Bell) wasn't allowed to bring other people to Neverland.
i used to think that i would become a fairy if i just wished hard enough!!!LOL
You know how when you put your head down you can hear your heartbeat in your head? I thought it was a bunch of fairy construction workers building my pillow and coming up for breaks in my ears where they would mine my earwax potatoes.
.....yeah i was a little messed up ^.^;
when i was 5 i had this barbie house and i put my tooth inside and on the plastic bed and under a bunch of plastic containers and went to sleep the next morning everyone was in the kitchen and i looked and my tooth was still there then my oldest sister asked where it was and i showed her and we went back down then 1 minute later (no one went up at all) i checked on my tooth and there was money so to this day i still believe inn the tooth fairy.
I always thought that light bugs were faires. When you were really good you would see them everywhere and when I was bad I couldn't see any.
i used to believe in the tooth fairy until i was climbing and snooping around my mom's closet and i found all my teeth in a plastic cup.
i used to believe that everyone had a little fairy looking after them and my auntie even used to write letters to us from a fairy named trixie.
Me and my sister believed it for a long time.
I used to believe that I could become an angel if i was a good girl. I started doing all the good and helpful deeds, and worked towards my ambition. This happened throughout my junior school years.
(Just because angels can fly, and they look so peaceful, and i wanted to fly)..
I used to believe that Peter Pan would come for me and take me to Neverland. I remember planning what Jammies to wear that night, and which ones were best for adventures and flying. lol (:
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Not to long ago, me and one of my BBF nmed Lillian (Lily or Lilybug for shory) played in these woods behind my house. (Her Mom's work is next to them.) I had recently started coming again,and it was Book Fair time. We both bught the same book on Faeries, and we said there were some in the forest. Later, I found out Lilybug's sister Catherine made fun of our belief.
when i was litltle i was asleep in my bed and i feel a fingernail scratch my foot i thought it was the toothfairy so i used to write hello toothfairy on my feet at thinking she would see.
i tell my daugher the little mole/freckle she has on her hand is fairy poo, that a fairy came in the night and left a poo and that when shes older the fairy will give her money instead when she leaves a tooth.
shes only two, and she goes up to complete strangers saying 'do you like my fairy poo?' while pointing to her hand!
she will probly be on this site in years to come telling this story!!
When I was something between 5 and 7 years old, I used to believe, that if you build a house for small dwarfs, they will make your wishes come true. It supposed to happen over night, but it never come true. Houses were built from various materials - bricks, clay, grass and so on.
These small magic dwarves never gave me anything I wished for...
When I was little I would look out the window at night and see fireflies. I used to believe they were fairies. I know it's lame, but I still believe in fairies.