I lost my 11th tooth and I knew the tooth fairy was going to come and get it.
I was exited to fall asleep because I knew when I woke up, I would have money under my pillow.
But I was so exited that I was not fully asleep I did not want to get in trouble so I just acted like I was asleep. When the "tooth fairy" (my Dad) came into my room "she" (he) did not know that I was not completely asleep.
He reached under my pillow and felt around for my tooth. At the time, I was really exited because I thought it was the tooth fairy. I opened one eye to see if I could catch a glimpse of the REAL TOOTH FAIRY.
When I saw a very big man standing there, a rush of emotions hit me. First, I was confused then I was sad then I knew that wasn't the tooth fairy but instead it was my dad. I asked him where the real tooth fairy is and he responded by saying "there is no such thing as the tooth fairy.
As soon as my parents left my room I could not believe what I just herd.Luckily I did not ask about Santa and the Easter bunny at the time. Before this experience I believed in the tooth fairy but now that belief changed.