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    • Brook Melson-Doggett

      "This woman has a journal for each of her children, filled with letters to the child and thoughts about them. She started each one the day they found out they were having the child. Gave them when the kids moved out." Cute idea! Even for 16th or 18th birthday...!? Never too late to start!

    • Moriah Norris

      My future children: This woman has a journal for each of her children, filled with letters to the child and thoughts about them. She started each one the day they found out they were having (or adopting) the child. What a neat idea! This could be a great college graduation gift to the child!...Or something to leave for your kids after you pass away. YOU should do

    • Hillary W

      This woman has a journal for each of her children, filled with letters to the child and thoughts about them. She started each one the day they found out they were having (or adopting) the child. What a neat idea! This could be a great college graduation gift to the child!...Or something to leave for your kids after you pass away... --Such a cute idea

    • Amanda Katherine

      It's never too late.... This woman has a journal for each of her children, filled with letters to the child and thoughts about them. She started each one the day they found out they were having (or adopting) the child. What a neat idea! This could be a great college graduation gift to the child!...Or something to leave for your kids after you pass away...Totally going to start this!! Or write a letter on each birthday

    • Samantha Brewer

      This woman has a journal for each of her children, filled with letters to the child and thoughts about them. She started each one the day they found out they were having the child. Gave them when the kids moved out. So starting this tradition with all the kiddos!

    • Alexa S.

      "This woman has a journal for each of her children, filled with letters to the child and thoughts about them. She started each one the day they found out they were having (or adopting) the child. What a neat idea! This could be a great college graduation gift to the child, or something to leave for your kids after you pass away."

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