- A South African parent has taken to Twitter to show off the money his child received from the 'Tooth Fairy'
- @Mzwakhe_Isaac22 shared an image of a R20 note tucked into his child's school shoe to the social networking site
- Mzansi tweeps took to @Mzwakhe_Isaac22's replies section to share their own stories about the mythical creature
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The mythical Tooth Fairy is a big part of most of our lives especially when we were growing up. A lot of parents still keep up the tradition by hiding money after their child has lost a tooth. Generally, children received a silver coin from the Tooth Fairy.
In a recent Tweet, a parent showed off that their child had received R20 from the fairy. @Mzwakhe_Isaac22 is the parent that uploaded the image of the R20 note in his child's school shoe. He went on to caption it: "And the Tooth Fairy delivered."
This seemingly large amount of money for a single missing tooth has left some South African tweeps confused. Other tweeps told stories of the children in their life and their reaction to the Tooth Fairy.
@Mzwakhe_Isaac22 uploaded the image to Twitter yesterday and the replies section is quickly filling up with tweets.
This is what some Mzansi tweeps had to say:
"I stopped the day my nephew deliberately made his tooth loose so a Tooth Fairy can come to place."
"During lockdown my niece was losing teeth like no one's business, the Tooth Fairy would oversleep and she'd wake up without a reward, the excuse was "During lockdown they can't travel to many places"... ay!!!"
In other news about parents posting about what they do for their children, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a video of a child crying after receiving a lovely gift from his mom. Birthdays are so special.
The only thing that can make it even more special is heartwarming birthday wishes from those closest to our hearts. However, when our loved ones are too far away to be with us, messages in the form of recordings will just have to do.
A clip uploaded to Twitter by mother, Ziyanda Nombuso, made its rounds on the app. In the heartwarmingly beautiful clip, her little boy can be seen receiving his minion toy gift from her. Not long thereafter, the toy, which seems to have recording features, starts to playback the recording of his far-away family members wishing him a happy birthday.
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