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A great idea for kids birthdays to ask the same 20 questions every year and then give it to them when they're older. - in-the-corner

Free Printable! 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. Makes a great keepsake to give to them when they turn 18.

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A Comprehensive Guide to Kids Eat Free Restaurants

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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.

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20 ways to fill your child's love tank on their birthday

20 ways to fill your child’s love tank on their birthday. This is really great stuff. The last one made me cry :)

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Buzzy Takes the Sting Out of Shots

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Kid friendly alarm clock - time changes to a green color when it's ok for the kid to get up and wake you. Otherwise it's red. Amazing for keeping your kids from getting up before 6AM! Plus it's a nightnight.

After 15 years of failed allowance systems and chore charts that were way too much work, I found an easy system that works for us.

List of 20 questions to ask kids every year around their birthday, starting at age 3, along with a photo each year.. to see how their answers change over the years