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"Following my high school graduation ceremony my dad handed me a bag with a copy of Oh the Places You’ll Go, by Doctor Seuss inside. I open it up and on the first page I see a short paragraph written by none other than my kindergarten teacher. My dad tells me “Every year, for the past 13 years, since the day you started kindergarten I’ve gotten every teacher, coach, and principal to write a little something about you inside this book."

A dad's graduation gift to his daughter. 'Every year, for the past 13 years, since the day you started kindergarten I've gotten every teacher, coach, and principal to write a little something about you inside this book.

This is such a great idea for parents or even grandparents - wonderful treasures & memories......   Two Naps By Noon: Early Graduation Gift For Baby

Two Naps By Noon: Early Graduation Gift For Baby- write a letter to your child every year and add some money into each envelope and give it to your child when they graduate. They'll have 18 years worth of letters and money as a gift. Very creative.

Spend time organising activities for little ones and it pays off!

"Quiet Time Bins" for Each Day of the Week + a list of 24 things to put in them! -- this is a great idea for Mason's quiet time in his room daily. Use bins with special quiet time activities.GET a traffic light alram clock to signal when he is done.

chore chart idea

12 Brilliant Daily Routine Charts Your Kids Will Love

25 activities for 6-12 month-old babies

Cali: Stuff to do with your easily bored Sofsters! Messy Wife, Blessed Life: 25 Activities for Your Older Baby Months)

tooth fairy box...no more trying to find that ziplock bag under the pillow.

In this box I will lay the little tooth I lost today…Please dear ToothFairy while I sleep leave me a coin…My tooth you can keep. Tooth fairy box…no more trying to find that ziplock bag under the pillow.

Great idea for rewards for completing homework, music lesson practice, reading, chores, ect...

Your child receives a quarter each time she helps out. Then she can "buy" from the house "store." Teach her about money & responsibility.- I like the house store idea. And you buy the stuff yourself without taking them to the store & going wild!

Light Cave! Just poke holes in the top of a large cardboard box, insert colorful Christmas lights and voila! The cutest reading nook and play area for your little ones!

*****put on cardboard castle******* ____OR Light Cave! Just poke holes in the top of a large cardboard box, insert colorful Christmas lights and voila! The cutest nook and play area for your little ones!

10 Ways for Moms to Respect Their Sons. I agree with most of it. A great reminder :)

10 Ways for Moms to Respect their Sons--an excellent article for moms raising sons to be Godly men. One of the best things I've read on raising boys! -- I want to get better at showing respect to my husband and want to show it to my son as he grows!

age-appropriate chores for kids ages 2-9   (& an easy way to organize them that require no extra work!)

Age Appropriate Chores ages 2-7

List of chores by age and how to SIMPLY organize them w/o a chore chart. (easy for kids & parents). note cards in a basket that they pick from. One a day in addition to daily responsibilities, 2 on weekends, more for punishments. by elba

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