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Kristina Creech
Kristina Creech • 1 year ago

This woman has a journal for each of her children, filled with letters to the child and thoughts about them. She started each one the day they found out they were having (or adopting) the child. What a neat idea! This could be a great college graduation gift to the child!...Or something to leave for your kids.

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This woman has a journal for each of her children, filled with letters to the child and thoughts about them. She started each one the day they found out they were having the child. What a neat idea! This could be a great college graduation gift to the child!

This woman has a journal for each of her children, filled with letters to the child and thoughts about them. She started each one the day they found out they were having the child. Gave them when the kids moved out. So sweet and sentimental.

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