Put the child's graduation year on a large t-shirt. Take a picture each year with same shirt to watch the kid grow into the shirt. Love This Idea!

Take a picture of the first and last day of school to see how much they change over the year. Love how the dates are on there too.

first day of school each year take a picture of child in a shirt with the year they will graduate high school. will be so cute on display at his graduation party someday!

All those years my kids had a trampoline, and I never thought of this. We did put a sprinkler under it for the Summer.

signs for kids school year

SO doing this for my kiddos someday... send "Oh, the Places You'll Go" by Dr. Seuss each year on the last day of school. Don't tell your kids and let them read 13 years of messages on their graduation day!

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After the kiddos are done their regular chores they can pick a "work for hire" job to get money. GREAT IDEA!

Special toys they've outgrown. Rather than purging them, keep them in a shadow box.... what a cute idea!

I must have one for my 2nd child

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!

First Year Pictures

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Such a cute idea to do for their very first dance recital and you can keep for years - great idea!!

Great indoor fun for kids 3+ years old.

Wow! I saw this on Pinterest and couldn't resist! No guarantee about how many you'll get (about 150), or what level books (probably a range from toddler to young adult), but what a perfect way to build or supplement a classroom library! I just ordered mine- 12.99 for the box, 17.00 for shipping. For 30 dollars, I'll take the risk!

20 Questions to ask your child on their birthday.

Wow!!!! For 13 years, Bryan Martin kept the book hidden from his daughter, dutifully taking it to her teachers, coaches and school principals every year to have them append it with positive comments and messages. Finally, on June 8 — the day of her graduation from North Johnston High School in Kenly, N.C. — Brenna Martin received a special copy of the Dr. Seuss classic “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!’’

5 tips to get your child to listen when you try to get their attention! Some really cool and fun parenting tips here! I love #5!

A great way to document all the milestones of a child's 1st year of life.

Wow I just read this and am crying my eyes out! I don't want my little boy to grow up :(