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  • Jo Thompson Brown

    Cute Idea: YEARLY INTERVIEWS 1. What is your name? 2. How old are you? 3. What is your mom’s name? 4. What does your mom do during the day? 5. What is your dad’s name? 6. What does your dad do during the day? 7. What is your favorite color? 8. What is your favorite thing to eat? (what don’t you like to eat?) 9. Who are your friends? 10. What is your favorite song? Can you sing it for me? 11. What do you want to be when you grow up? 12. What is your favorite thing to do?

  • Claudia Hanna

    Annual New Year's Eve Interview: 1. What is your name, age? 2. What does your mom do during the day? 3. What does your dad do during the day? 4. What is your favorite color - book? 5. What is your favorite thing to eat? 6. What don’t you like to eat? 7. Who are your friends? 8. What is your favorite song? sing it 9. What is your favorite place? 10. What is your favorite thing to do? 11. What do you like about your Mommy/Daddy? 12. What do you want to be when you grow up?

  • Suzanne Mickelsen

    Family tradition for the new year... New Year Interviews! Get them on video at every age, have them sing their favorite song, say a poem, talk about their favorite things, favorite colors, favorite etc.... LOVE this idea for capturing memories / moments!

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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.

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

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done for 18 years, this would make the most amazingly simple yet thorough "baby book"