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  • Ariel Mormul

    Cute idea - every time you measure your children, write down what they want to be when they grow up.

  • Shelby Wofford

    Wish i had this growth chart if my kids different dream jobs at their different ages!

  • Rachel Alborn (teacher-chef)

    as you measure the height through the years, write down their "life goals" too

  • Jen Valdez

    Cute idea - every time you measure your child, write down what they want to be when they grow up. Growth chart is already on the wall in the hall!

  • Jasen Mohr

    Cute idea :: every time you measure your child, write down what they want to be when they grow #Party Stuffs #Party Goods #Party Accessories| http://party-goods.blogspot.com

  • Jenny Storer

    I don't have kids but love this! Cute idea- every time you measure your child, write down what they want to be when they grow up.

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