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12 Simple Traditions for Your Child's Birthday

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Write a Birthday Letter


Write an annual "birthday letter" to your child highlighting special moments and milestones from the year (and telling him how great he is!). Keep track of funny and special moments and quotes from your child by keeping a running email draft for yourself. Handwrite the letter to make it an extra-special keepsake. (Break out the tissues, Mom!)

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