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  • Kelsey Scott

    Annual birthday questions: 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* : 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 is your favorite animal? 10. What is your favorite song? 11. What is your favorite book? 12. Who is your best friend? 13. What is your favorite cereal? 14. What is your favorite thing to do outside? 15. What is your favorite drink? 16. What is your favorite holiday? 17. What do you like to take to bed with you at night? 18. What is your favorite thing to eat for breakfast? 19. What do you want for dinner on your birthday? 20. What do you want to be when you grow up?

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Super cute idea for once your baby becomes a "big" boy or girl.

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Such a good idea! Much better than the "do not disturb" sign I am using now:) Just wary of announcing I have a baby in the house to strangers, though.

SEWING: BABY TUNIC TUTORIAL - The pattern for her tunic can be found HERE and if you would like to see how to make the awesome little belt around her waist you can check it out at I Am Momma Hear Me Roar. I LOVED that tutorial. I mixed it up a tiny bit by making a flower two colors and really liked how it turned out. This is a super easy little shirt.

Birthday Lunch! I would have DIED if I got something like this as a kid. Must do!

chalk board lunch box... This isn't my photo, but my son Jack LOVED Thomas when he was little

Design one of these for each birthday til they're 18. bound in a book for a present.

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Birthday interview questions ask your kids these questions every year on their birthday once they can understand them and see what they say and how it changes. I'm going to do this and record each year.

This quiet book is one from etsy. (sixty dollars) Like the ides in them though. Fun and easy to do.

Playhouse in a hallway! I'm going to use this idea and adapt it to create a tent in front of the library for Summer Camp Read! Just using long tension poles, sewing pockets on the back of the green fabric for the rods, then opening the front of the "tent" and rolling it back to enter the library. Cool! I also bought astro turf for grass...

Cute idea for pregnancy book....I think I know some friends that could use this:)