Mommy and Me journal. Write letters back and forth, leave under pillows. very sweet idea and love the memento it would give you years down the road I did this with my mom and it is such a special keepsake! What a neat idea!
Starting in Kindergarten, put the child's graduation year on a large tshirt. Take a picture each year with same shirt to watch the child grow into the shirt. Display at graduation party! **Take the picture on the last day of school.
The Gift of Time. I absolutely adore this idea. I wish I had known about this the very first year that I was married as I would have used it as a wedding gift (although it would make a fabulous birthday, anniversary or Christmas gift now)!
Fill a glove with beans, pearled barley, rice, etc. Give a few pats and slip quietly away. This was a LIFESAVER when my daughter was an infant. I would nuke mine in the microwave to make it warm and helped soothe her too.
A fun cake filled with a colorful sweet surprise that tumbles out when you cut into it, revealing to your eager guests if the baby-to-be is a girl (pink) or a boy (blue)! --Best gender reveal idea I've seen.
"My father used to do this with me when I was a baby. People always looked really anxious and asked him what he was doing. He would simply reply, "I'm teaching her to trust me.that's a cute thing for dad and daughter
"Have your doctor write down if it's a boy or girl and put it in an envelope. Take the envelope to a clothing store and pick one boy and one girl outfit. Tell the cashier to look inside the envelope and wrap the corresponding outfit. Open around family