I like memories. If I could, I would bottle up every single moment of every single day and keep it locked up and allow myself to open it whenever I want to relive them. I am sentimental. I do not appreciate my children growing up.
:::Wipes away tears:::
So I try to do my best with finding other way to “bottle up” all of these memories. We do a yearly Father’s Day questionnaire for Daddy, Papa & Opa (Reagan will join when she’s old enough to answer). They all have a scrapbook we got for them last year when we started it. We add to it each year. It’s so fun asking Dylan all of the questions to see his answers.
I also have a birthday book for Dylan. I ask him questions on his birthday and he answers them. We will ask him every year on his birthday until he is 18. And he better answer me every single year. Or he will have to listen to me cry until he does. 😉
So I decided to start a school year scrapbook because he is going to official park district preschool in September. WAHHHH! It’s a 2 day program and then next year is a 3 year program before kindergarten because he has a late birthday.
I thought it would be cute to do one on the first day of school and the last day of school. I wrote it out instead of digitally designing it because I’m working on my writing skills. Like I’m in 1st grade. My handwriting is terrible. This took a few tries and a lot of practice. But it’s a big accomplishment for me. 🙂
Anyway, you can download them here and use them yourself!
Just print them out, write in their answers and then put them into a scrapbook or binder. Can’t wait to do Dylan’s first entry in September!
Do you like memories as much as I do? Check out the Father’s Day Printable!