Creating a Collage of Memories

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Childhood moments are the highlights of one’s life. Capture your child’s growth, milestones and special times in collages, albums and through digital scrapbooking to look back with lots of smiles.

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Capturing School Moments

Get together a photo album with pictures of your child’s many activities in school. Picnics with friends where they enjoyed spontaneously, fun camps where they took home lots of learning’s, annual day participation where they expressed talents and lots more. The best moments that makes up the sweetness of childhood.

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Treasure Family Bonds  

Family gives a child’s roots and help your child look back at the early years with fondness. Capture the highlights of birthdays, the fun of family outings, and the leisure & explores of vacations through notes, diaries and pictures. These are the moments of togetherness that keep the family close knit & bonded for years. Pass these on to your kid when he grows up.

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Record Yearly Growth

Make it an annual thing to record your child’s growth. Children are very adaptable and evolving and go through so many changes so quickly. Make notes in a diary about your little ones milestones and achievements. This helps your child reflect on everything learnt.   And you get a chance to observe and encourage your kid to do better.

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Time Capsule for Keeps

Create a time capsule of sorts in form of videos and audio clips telling your kid about how it is to see him grow up and what’s happening around at that time. Record your child’s changing voice, cute dances, naps, and playtime.  Make an email account for your kid and regularly email him sharing your feelings and thoughts. When your child is old enough, share the password and watch them connect to you in a deeper way.

Which are some of the ways that you are treasuring your kid’s childhood memories? Share your story with us and get featured on the blog.

 

 

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