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    20 QUESTIONS : Birthday interview. What a cute idea

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    Birthday Interview idea ~ 20 QUESTIONS to ask kids every year on their birthdays! What a fun idea for their scrapbooks!

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    20 QUESTIONS to ask kids every year on their birthdays wish I would have known about this 10 years ago!

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20 QUESTIONS to ask kids every year on their birthdays! I wish my parents did this for me so I could look back and see my answers!

Design one of these for each birthday til they're 18. bound in a book for a present.

This would be fun to do with kiddos on their birthdays. They could share their answers with the class.

Each year ask the kids these questions on their birthdays - like "What's your favorite animal" and "What is your favorite book" Put them in their baby books and see how they change through the years. Such a cute idea!

A (three-year) Q journal for your kid. I love the idea of sitting down to "interview" your kiddo every day. It's important to give them moments when they feel like the most important person in the room! Also, what a great way to remember the weird shit they say.

Scan your kids' artwork and make a book so you don't have to keep 1,000 pieces of paper forever.

One year birthday infographic! What a cute idea for any and all birthdays.

Birthday interview questions ask your kids these questions every year on their birthday once they can understand them and see what they say and how it changes. I'm going to do this and record each year.

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Night Questions- I do this with my son too......amazingly sensitive these little people..... He teaches me everyday.