8 Birthday Traditions to start. So sweet and makes birthdays so special!

Trace their hand on their birthday every year on the same paper. (It will make you cry. They grow up so fast!) family. I may start this when they starts school.

Cover the floor of their room with birthday balloons while they sleep. That way they have a big surprise when they wake up.

you gotta start this now!! keep a sample of child's signature every school year

Back to school. The first day of school is always a big transition. Make it memorable with a darling snapshot of your child and their grade, date and career goals!

30 Day Mom Challenge - Take the challenge! 30 ways, in 30 days, to be the best mom you can be. For each day of the month, find the corresponding number and follow the tip. So, if you begin the challenge on November 9; start with tip 9 and move on from there. You can repeat the list every month!

20 Questions : The New Birthday Interview Book for Kids :: must start doing this with E this year!

Birthday traditions for kids

Birthday questions tradition start when they turn 3.

Tools | iMOM - all of iMom's questions to ask your kids to start conversation. lots of different categories

75 Things to do with your kids. Traditions they will remember. Someone wrote: "Best list I've ever seen! So many things I'd never heard or thought of!"

Camping party!

As grandparents we may know these things, but it never hurts to tell our grandkids just how important and special they are.

Great ideas to do with Alex, he's finally starting to "get" these types of activities.

Need to remember this - a balloon curtain for my kids to wake up to on their birthdays!

FINALLY! THIS IS WHAT I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR! You do not get paid for chores because its an expected part of being a family. Allowance is teaching children how to manage money. Thank you, Pinterest. Now I have a place to start.


So many possibilities... personalized alphabet book for your kid once they start learning their letters. how fun! And inexpensive!!

To teach manners at the table! Any time someone at the table does something bad (burp, reach across the table, get up from the table, etc.) They get the pig. Whoever is the last one with the pig has to clear the whole table.

Great ideas! I'm starting tomorrow.