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    keep a sample of child's handwritten name every school year - so smart! Saving this for later.

    3y Saved to kiddos!
    • Amanda Miller

      Hoping i remember this when my kiddos start school!! keep a sample of child's handwritten name every school year

    • Elizabeth Taylor

      Keep a sample of child's handwritten name every school year. So cute. Great idea!

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    OH MY GOSH!!!!!!Take a picture of your child while they are sleeping after they lost a tooth. Then, go to this website where they'll put the "tooth fairy" in the picture with them! Very cute. I'll have to remember this one day!

    This is a brilliant way to document your child at every birthday and half birthday! Kids grow and change so fast, this is something everyone will love to look back at and remember! She has attached the fabulous printable so all you have to do is print and interview!

    Take a pic of your kid on the first and last day of school each year ... will make you sad to see them grow so fast! :(

    Digital book filled with child's artwork

    Trace their hand on their birthday every year on the same paper. (They grow up so fast!)

    Dad kept this graduation gift a secret for 13 years. He got every teacher, coach, principal, etc., since kindergarten to write a memory of/for his daughter in Dr. Seuss' "Oh, The Places You'll Go". Gave it to her on her high school graduation. Such a wonderful, sweet idea!

    In the busyness of our mom-life, we can forget to do the little things that let our children know how we feel! Take our NEW Love Your Child Challenge!

    school memory kit

    A way to save your childs artwork over the years.

    The night your child looses a tooth, take a picture, than go to this website and add a picture of the toothfairy

    OMG I love this - take one of your childs drawings and make a pendant out of it - great gift for grandma!!

    I must have one for my 2nd child

    School Themed Cards - Project Life www.BeckyHiggins....

    Make a year book of your child's school work for $5!

    Free Printable! Ask the same 20 questions year after year (1-18, but probably age 3 or 4 is a great age to start) and see how your child's responses change year to year. Makes a great keepsake to give to them when they turn 18.

    The Settle Down Jar: tell child that they need a break and may come back when everything has settled to the bottom. :) Maybe a blue one for boys, pink for the ladies!

    Write your child a letter each year and add some $ to the envelope. Then give your child all the envelopes for graduation. A keepsake and some cash!

    Birthday interview: do this each year and then make a book - cute idea

    This company will craft a real toy from a child's drawing.

    Calm Down Jar - A creative approach to time-out. Child first shakes the jar to get their frustrations out, then they're asked to wait until the glitter has all settled on the bottom. That's when time-out is over.