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When i was a a kid i thought the tooth fairy was really real
When I was a child I used to believe that there were elves in my garden.At this time I had a dummy. One day my parents told me to make a decorated box to put my dummy. After making the box, they put it in the garden and my parents told me that the elves would give me a present. The next day I went to take the box and in the box there was a magnifying glass.
After this wonderful moment , I looked for elves in the plants every day with the magnifying glass and in my garden hut and also looked for insects until I was seven years old:)
When I was a child, I used to believe in the tooth fairy. I used to hide the teeth in a little yellow jewelrybox in plastic that my older sister had given me. After my nap, my teeth had disappeared and I found a coin. A day, I lost my box and I put my teeth on the pillow.
During my nap my mom (the tooth fairy) looked for my tooth but did not find it but she still put a five- dollar note because she did not find a coin. When I woke up I was very happy because not only did I have a five- dollar note and the teeth stayed on my pillow. My dad made fun of her then said « oh the tooth fairy is myopic like your mother. »
Now I do not believe in the tooth fairy anymore because I grew up and that especially I do not lose my baby teeth anymore because I no longer have any.
When you are a child you are very dreamy and you believe everything you are told. When I was a child there was a myth that when a child plays a musical instrument well, the "leprechaun" dressed as a charro appears with a big hat covering his face dancing and they said that he stole the talent of the child or lord.
I used to believe that fairies were real and that they hid when they saw humans coming.
I would look under leaves and in flowers to find them, but I never saw even a single sparkle. :-(
In the end, I figured out that they were a made-up concept, but at least we have bumblebees, ladybugs, butterflies and dragonflies, which are honestly just as cool as fairies.
When I was a child i used to believe that the lazy little mouse took our teeth to put them on
When I was a child I used to believe in the little mouse Perez, who gave you money for teeth.
I used to believe that elfs lived in the hedge at the bottom of my garden!!
My mum had my brother me and all my cousins believing in imaginary creatures called Gnomies. (You have to pronounce the g as in google).
We actually believed that the gnomies used to do all these sneaky little things. Whenever mum lost anything she used to blame the gnomies for stealing them. Especially her false teeth. I now have my children believing the same thing!!!!
I used to believe that Peter Pan n Tinkerbell were for real. I used to looked out my window every night and wait for them to come.I recall very well that i wanted to fly and to live with only kids.I guess thtat is why i believed him so much.And of course i dont want to grow-up.
When I was a little girl I used to believe that fairies and Goddesses lived in Teledo Bend Lake, where I would often camp at with my grandparents. I'd spend hours sitting under cypress trees near the shore, making little shrines of out white clam shell (dumped nearby for keeping water back from the yard) sticks, and pieces of bark and water weeds. While I don't think there's little fairies in the water now, I've grown up to be Wiccan, and I still respect the energy of the lake. <|:D
My younger friend Emelia really believes in fairies. She writes to them and she says that they write back. She wrote a letter to the 'Fairy Queen' and she supposedly wrote back. She showed me the letter from the 'Fairy Queen' and it suspiciously looked like her older sister's writing. She told me that the fairy queen used Zoe's writing book.
I used to always believe in the 'tooth fairy' without question. Until one time I lost a tooth and the tooth dairy never came. When I went and told my mom, she just told me to go back to bed and maybe the tooth fairy would get around to it. It became very clear that the tooth fairy wasn't real when my mom showed up in my room a minute later and slipped a dollar under my pillow. She forgot, oops!
I useed to collect fairy ornaments when i was youge (13 now) and every time i lost a tooth i would go to bed extra early so the tooth fairy could come. I would sometimes even try to stay awake so i could meet the fairys but always fall asleep.
i used to have a big orange slide in my room, and i thought that when i slept, little blue fairies would slide down it. I would stay awake as long as i could to try and catch the fairies in the act of using my slide.
When I was six, I lost my first baby tooth. I decided that it would only be polite to write a letter to the tooth fairy. I said that because my tooth was in such good condition, I deserved more money than the average kid. I asked for $14 because $13 was too little and $15 was too much.
Once when I was little I thought I would make a present to give back to the tooth fairy to thank her for all the money she gave me. I made a little backpack out of leaves and sellotape so that she could carry the teeth she collected in it, then wrapped it up and put it beside my bed.
One night I had lost my tooth. I decided to test and see if there was a tooth-fairy. So, I didn't tell my parents, I put the tooth on my night stand. The next morning there was no money. I told my dad, and he said that the tooth fairy had got caught in the airvent, and that he had to pull her out. And that she was scared, so she flew away. I thought, only being six, that this was true. So the next night, I laid out my tooth on the airvent, and had a baggy. I had decided to catch the tooth fairy. Well, I fell asleep against the wall around one. I woke up and there was "fairy dust" all over the place, with a dollar left behind. I was still determined to catch a fairy, so I found a fake tooth, and laid it out on the airvent one more time. At around 2:15, I thought I saw something go into the airvent, so i started beating on it with my baggy. I stuck my hand into it, only to pull out a huge glob of dust. YUCK!
When I was kid and my parents told me that Santa Claus wasn't real, well they must have put it something like "we were the ones doing all of that not Santa" so I just assumed that all adults did stuff like that and instead of realised that my parents were also the tooth fairy and the easter bunny, I decided that some other adult was doing those things and so I immediatly "figured out" that my dad's friend "Barry" was the tooth fairy. I proceeded to make a fool of myself by making a huge deal in front of him everytime I lost a tooth.
I used to believe that leprechauns lived under the clover patches in my backyard and that if I made clover cards they would come visit me in my house.