starting at age 3, every year on their birthday you ask the same questions and see how their answers change over the years! Add a pic and make a book out of it.  20 questions* : answered by Morgan

1. What is your favorite color? 
2. What is your favorite toy? 
3. What is your favorite fruit? 
4. What is your favorite tv show? 
5. What is your favorite thing to eat for lunch? 
6. What is your favorite outfit? 
7. What is your favorite game? 
8. What is your favorite snack? 
9. What…

starting at age 3, every year on their birthday you ask the same questions and see how their answers change over the years! Add a pic and make a book out of it. 20 questions* : answered by Morgan 1. What is your favorite color? 2. What is your favorite toy? 3. What is your favorite fruit? 4. What is your favorite tv show? 5. What is your favorite thing to eat for lunch? 6. What is your favorite outfit? 7. What is your favorite game? 8. What is your favorite snack? 9. What…

Adventures in Decorating & Design: Ruler Growth Chart - I love the stain and stencil technique

Adventures in Decorating & Design: Ruler Growth Chart - I love the stain and stencil technique

Birthday interview: do this each year and then make a book - cute idea for boy or girl

Birthday interview: do this each year and then make a book - cute idea for boy or girl

Trace your childs hand at every birthday and see it grow.  Glue one to the other, but do not glue them down to the mat.  (That way you can add next years hand to the back).

Trace your childs hand at every birthday and see it grow. Glue one to the other, but do not glue them down to the mat. (That way you can add next years hand to the back).

Design one of these for each birthday until they're 18. And then have them bound in a book for a graduation present.

Design one of these for each birthday until they're 18. And then have them bound in a book for a graduation present.

Ask the same 20 questions year after year (1-18, but probably age 3 or 4 is a great age to start) and see how your child's responses change year to year.

Ask the same 20 questions year after year (1-18, but probably age 3 or 4 is a great age to start) and see how your child's responses change year to year.

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