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Great idea, Diane! I used to go to the grandkids' loaded with crafts to do also. It really helps Mom and Dad to keep the kids out of their hair while they make all their busy preparations. One tradition for us was to do a "Memory Book" of the current visit or event... usually a small hand-made book with a few pages of photos and journalling to celebrate our time together and whatever occasion we were celebrating. After just a couple of visits, they were asking as soon as I arrived (or even before) , "What kind of memory book are we going to do this time, Mama-Sam?". It taught them early the meaning and value of "memories". Now they have quite a collection of Memory Books saved up! It may not be "cool" to do them now that they are in their pre-teens, but they still get out the whole collection every time we visit now, just to look through and "remember" together.

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