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As a teacher, I assumed (wrongly) that Dyslexia is about about reversing letters and reading backwards. I learned that Dyslexia covers a big range of reading and math challenges. Dyslexia means that the brain processes sounds and/or symbols differently.

this is hilarious!!!

Each guest is assigned a letter to decorate and bring to the baby shower. Then the letters are put up in the nursery!

Planning Disney trip

Pregnancy announcement. this is amazing.

Dice with emotions & animals--kids have to act them out. A great rainy day game for the kids!

Trace Your Arms and Mail A Hug

Water Piñatas! Great for a hot day with the kids for fun!

A Rabbit coming out of a hat

Condensed milk painting. It doesn't drip and is shiny when it dries.

Father Daughter Love.

How cute.

love the idea of the picture frames with the name

Adoption pictures.

Photograph newborn with object she/he can be photographed with later on

Baby shower Make a sign & a table with blank paper & note cards for people to write a special letter or birthday message. For 1st birthday ideas could be: when you heard about baby's arrival, your first meeting, early impressions, future wishes, a note of blessing, your favorite photograph(s) with comments. Could make a tradition for each year or just do for 1st birthday & do a time capsule.

Great Girls Your Daughter Should Know

♥ a band with baby's birthstone--love this idea

This couple returned to the spot where their wedding photos were taken to capture another milestone. I love the idea that time goes on, and just seeing it like this.

He Could Be The Best Dad, In The World!

Adorable

Books with brave girls for girls to read instead of princesses

Georgia Nursery

Following graduation a father handed his daughter a bag with a copy of "Oh the Places You'll Go," by Dr Seuss in it. At first she just smiled and said that she loved that book. But he told her "No, open it up." ...On the first page she saw a short paragraph written by her kindergarten teacher. He told her "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.

Purchase a new Bible a year before your childs event—perhaps their 16th birthday or high school graduation. Then, take a year to read through it with a Bible reading plan making notations in the margin written specifically to your child. Make comments about the verse’s special significance. Mention how you’ve seen a truth of scripture lived out in their life. Warn them of pitfalls. Encourage them with favorite verses underlined. Then, on their big day, wrap it up and give it to them as a gift.