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    We love owl grandma footprints

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    Start on January 1st with an empty jar. Throughout the year write the good things that happened to you on little pieces of paper. On December 31st, open the jar and read all the amazing things that happened to you that year.

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    Drop in tickets as the years go on! look back later and see what you did.

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    Butterfly footprints

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    A memory ornament. You put a note inside with your favorite things of the past year tied up with a piece of thread. Put the initial of the child on the ball and hang on the tree. You can even add to it each year. Fun for the child to open it each year and remember what happened that year. FUN!!!!

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    Mom and Me journal. Write letters back and forth with your kids. Ask a question, answer a question. Leave under their pillows...I love this idea. Hayden and Brooke are getting old enough to write back, this is perfect!

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    Date night jar made with color coded popsicle sticks. Red=$$$ and planning required Pink=minimal $ and spontaneous White=Stay at home date Cute ideas included!!!!! This is one of the best "date jars" I have seen

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    vacation memory jars - cute idea for family vacations

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    Would be fun to see how many can get checked off this list.

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    I have a dream bank

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    uses for jars

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    A Vacation Memory Jar...how cute is this...

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    Start a memory jar .... write happy family memories on slips of colorful paper as they happen ... on New Year's Eve (or day) pull the slips out, one by one, and relive the fun. Save slips in colorful, dated envelopes and save from year to year. Those could be opened at family reunions and read again.

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    Great idea!

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    Throughout the year, write down memories that make you smile. On New Year's Eve, open and re-read all of the good stuff that made the year wonderful.

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