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    Hands to Remember---trace your child's hand every first day of school. or maybe every birthday!

    I Love You to God and Back: A Mother and Child Can Find Faith and Love Through Bedtime Prayers - add to my To read list

    Family hand tree:) neat idea. Need to do this

    Neat but Christmas lights accessible to kids worries me bc of the lead.Best kid fort ideas - make magical memories with amazing forts, plus a flashlight reading fort party. So easy and special.

    I want to be this mom that gives out "pocket hearts" on the first day of school. How sweet! via #Design Mom

    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!

    My First Year Poster : if only I had found this before L was born! Hang it somewhere you can see it. Because who can remember to fill in a baby book?

    #DIY Frozen #Dinosaur Eggs! Love it www.kidsdinge.com

    Trace their hand on their birthday every year on the same paper. (It will make you cry. They grow up so fast!)

    Website where you take a picture of your child sleeping, upload it, and pick a Tooth Fairy to stick in your picture. I love the Tooth Fairy :)

    Waking up to balloons on your birthday... I must remember this!

    Canvas using childs hand and feet

    How to make your bath water glow and other totally awesome things to do with your kids. (This website is amazing!!) Ill be happy I pinned this

    Payton?? 20 QUESTIONS to ask kids every year on their birthdays! What a fun book to look back on, and very simple to do.

    Love the tooth receipt so you can remember when they lost them. Need to remember this!

    DIY Project for Your Train-Loving, Car-Racing Kid

    75 Things to do with your kids. Traditions they will remember.

    Instead of a birthday card every year for your kids, write a message in a book each year to give them when they are older.

    “I graduated High School this week. Following the ceremony he handed me a bag with a copy of ‘Oh the Places You’ll Go,’ by Doctor Seuss inside. At first I just smiled, but then he told me ‘No, open it up. 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.'"

    File crate for each kid w/ a folder for each school year to hold report cards, awards, etc.-cute idea