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    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

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    • Nina S.

      20 Questions: Birthday Interview for Kids - Start at age three and keep it up every birthday to see how their answers change over the years.

    • Helene Pritchett

      ask your kids the same 20 questions every year on their birthday and make an album of all the years.....

    • Ashlee Johnson

      Good Ideas for Kid interview questions. Do it around their Birthday and keep in a keepsake journal.

    • Deb Dutton

      20 questions to ask your child on their birthday each year...or preschool teachers to ask for year-end folder?

    • Tara Celeste

      20 Questions (answered each year by the birthday boy or girl and compiled into a book)

    • Ashley Llamas

      20 Questions to ask every birthday, to go in baby book

    • Rhonda Bowron

      20 questions for the Birthday Book

    • Liz Todaro

      Great birthday idea for kids!

    • Carrie Stadtmueller

      boys birthday scrapbooks

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