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  • Debbie Taylor

    Photo Idea for when Nixon's older. This would be cool to ask him every few years... and see what his responses are. First day of school pictures...interesting to see how their dreams change #rootsandwingsco.blogspot

  • Heather Scheel

    First day of school pictures...interesting to see how their dreams change!--- good idea to do with a class on the first day. Then have them do it on the last day of class. I might have to start this :)

  • A. & N.

    Birthday photo idea - Every year asks the birthday child what they want to be when they grow up and record it with a blackboard

  • Lisa Harders

    First day of school pictures interesting to see how their dreams change WIsh I had done this :)

  • Natalie Loucks

    Cute Idea! I'll have to start this with Ty when he goes to Kindergarten. First day of school pictures...interesting to see how their dreams change

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would be fun to do for 1st and last day of school each year

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Would be awesome to see how their ambitions change over the years.

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i might like this idea even better! kiddos write their name on chalkboard, take picture on first day of school... maybe again at christmas time... and the last day of school. it would be stinkin' cute.

Do at the end of each school year starting with kindergarten- I love this idea!