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20 ways to fill your child's love tank on their birthday

20 ways to make your child feel special on their birthday

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20 Pillow Talk Questions for Your and Your Child

20 Questions to ask your children when you're putting them to bed to help develop your relationship- these are sweet.

20 Questions. Starting at age 3, every year on their birthday you ask the same questions & see how their answers change over the years. Add a pic and make a book out of it! I can't wait to do this for my girls!!!!

The House of Hendrixfrom The House of Hendrix

20 ways to fill your child's love tank on their birthday

20 ways to make your child feel special on their birthday!

Birthday Questions Printables for Kids. Then put each year in a little scrapbook! I love this idea!!

20 QUESTIONS to ask kids every year on their birthdays! I wish my parents did this for me so I could look back and see my answers!

Motherhood Ideas: 1. Movie Night: every Friday 2. Interviews: ask family questions, figure out goals 3. Lunch Dates: Once a month take child out of school lunch for a date 4. Mother's Day Letters: Write love letter to child each year 5. Clean Ten: When things get cluttered, say "clean 10" and everyone picks up 10 things 6. Late Nights: Each kid gets 1 night a week to stay up 15 mins later for 1 on 1 attention time 7. Happies and Sads: At dinner take turns saying best part of day and…

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Fun Family New Years Tradition

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 is your sister’s name? (this is fun because they don’t always say the name correctly- for…

Easy ideas to make your child's entire birthday special. I would replace #24 with decorating their desk or place at the table with a seasonally-appropriate spread (daffodil for a spring birthday, fruit and flowers for summer, leaves and seeds for fall, pine branches for winter, etc.).

Take a picture of the first and last day of school to see how much they change over the year - this would make a really cute photo book when they graduate high school.