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amazing graduation present for your kids (or nieces/nephews)! Every year write them a letter until they're 18, and put a small amount of money in it, then when they graduate - give them all the letters + money!

Kids' Keepsake Boxes with files for: Birthday Cards, Report Cards, Artwork, School Pictures, Toddler, Preschool, 1st – 12th Grades (1 file for each), Awards, etc


Do I hear 1,000?

Magnet chore chart. Had I thought of this, i'd have done it when my lil' boy was this age. its interactive, luv it

Take a picture of the first and last day of school to see how much they change over the school year. We're doing this, this year for kindergarten.

Yahoofrom Yahoo

First-Day-of-School Photos Get an Extreme Makeover

First Day of School Photo just change that to senior!


Back to School Organizing Tips

Organizer, I've probably had one of these every year in high school they do the trick!

When your kids are born, reserve them an email address. Over the years send them photos, notes, stories, photocopies of their achievements... On their 18th birthday, give them the passwords!

Perfect for road trips, helps keep your car clean. Find them at the dollar store. I definitely need these!!

Diary of a First Childfrom Diary of a First Child

How To Raise A Child While Disciplining Less

different kids, different needs...and I love each and every one of them!


Organizing: Children and Household Papers

How to Organize Children's Papers ::

Travelling with young kids made easy: Put an entire outfit (including undies and hair accessories) in a ziploc bag. One bag per day. When you get to the hotel, put the bags in a drawer and they can pick one per day

bystephanielynnfrom bystephanielynn

10 Tooth Fairy Traditions and Ideas - Tuesday {ten

Use hair spray and glitter to make tooth fairy money. I'll have to remember this one day:)

Simple Simon and Companyfrom Simple Simon and Company

25 Ways to Ask Your Teens "How Was School Today?" WITHOUT asking them "How Was School Today?"

25 Ways to Ask Your Teens "How Was School Today?" WITHOUT asking them "How Was School Today?" - Simple Simon and Company