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June 27, 2015
Swap a Baby Book for an Archive Box

Next time you experience something new (a smile, a bite of sweet potatoes swallowed, a word uttered) with your baby, jot it on a piece of paper, date it, and stow it in a pretty box you’ve prepared (bought, or covered with fabric or paper). Let your child help decorate the box or notes and then share the box with your child as she gets older. 

 
 

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