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

Kid's interview- do these on each birthday. Great Idea, and so fun to look back on as the years go by. I will definitely try this on Grace's next birthday!

yearly interview. don't forget to record their voice. you will forget how sweet it sounded!

Jack's Yearly Interview

What a great idea to interview your child about his/herlife annually, as a record of growing up. This is about how to add a QR code to your kids yearly interview. Just scan with a phone to hear your kid's sweet little voice! - A Tried & True Project

Top 10 - Manners Your Kid Should Know By Age 5- This is a good start for young kids, but there are so many more to add to this list.

10 Manners Your Kid Should Know by Age 5

The Top 10 manners your kid should know by the age of This is SO very true ! I wish more parents would listen to these very common words of wisdom ! My kids WILL have manners!

Birthday Interview! so you can look back on how you have changed! this is so adorable!

{Birthday Interview} A great idea for kids birthdays to ask the same 20 questions every year and then give it to them when they're older.

Bedtime passes...cute for stockings...to stay up an extra 15 or 20 minutes. This is cute, Ill have to remember this one day!

to stay up an extra 15 or 20 minutes. This is cute, Ill have to remember this one day! Great as a reward system or small gifts for birthday/stocking stuffers

downloadable Birthday questionnaires for the kids (or parents) to answer each year --

FREE birthday questions printables for kids, then put each year in a little scrapbook!- cute idea for each 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.

Ask the same 20 questions year after year 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

I love this idea for a small scrapbook album - just 20 questions you ask your child every year on her birthday.

What is your favorite color? What is your favorite toy? What is your favorite fruit? What is your favorite tv show? What is your favorite thing to eat for lunch? What is your favorite outfit? What is your favorite game?

Yearly interview questions for the kids. I would love to hear what my boys come up with!!! Can't wait to ask.

do this each year beginning with first day of kindergarten . watch their answers change scrapbook idea?

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