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Annual Interview Questions for Kids

Remember what your kids loved most, and what they thought about at each age with these Interview Questions for Kids. Do it annually--birthday or new year!!

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Sugarboo Letter for Sophie Art Print

I love this so much, I want to frame it and put it next to my youngest little girls bed XXX Sugarboo Designs - Products - Art Prints

The Peaceful Momfrom The Peaceful Mom

DIY Mom & Daughter Date Journal (with FREE printables

Mom and Daughter Date Journal - I LOVE THIS! I have a journal that we already write in every week but this one would be just for our mommy & me time!

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Do I hear 1,000?

not to remind your child

32 Random Acts of Kindness to do with kids. I almost cried reading this and thinking how nice it would be to do all these things :).

This is a good way to teach a child to take care of what is theirs and be responsible for their messes.

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25 Ideas for Moms Raising Sons -

25 ways to raise a son that's good enough to marry :)

How cute is this? Ask your child 20 questions every year on their birthday, starting at age 3. (The same 20 questions.) When they turn 18, bind it into a book and give it to them.

Purchase a new Bible a year before your childs event—perhaps their 16th birthday or high school graduation. Then, take a year to read through it with a Bible reading plan making notations in the margin written specifically to your child. Make comments about the verse’s special significance. Mention how you’ve seen a truth of scripture lived out in their life. Warn them of pitfalls. Encourage them with favorite verses underlined. Then, on their big day, wrap it up and give it to them as a…

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fun sticks-- 150 things for kids to do

instead of Bored sticks Im thinking weekend fun sticks. Every wknd that the kids have nothing to do they pick a stick out of the FUN jar and then we do that thing. for example: go to the museum/ go to the beach/ do a science exper. etc.

Honey + Limefrom Honey + Lime

Simple Mom Hacks: The Chore Helper

This is so cool for piano students too. Punches could be for bringing all books, clean hands/trimmed nails, all assignments completed, etc! The punches could go towards a reward like free choice, or students could choose to combined them and work towards a classroom party. Just retitle the cards!