2015 Family Memory Jar
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    Default 2015 Family Memory Jar

    Creating a memory jar for 2015.

    A lovely tradition for all families to do:

    Learning and Exploring Through Play: New Year Memory Jar

    Amy

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    We did this last new year and was looking through the jar the other day and it really made us realise what a wonderful year we have had. Some of the best things in the jar is our little daughters one liners....they are so funny and things she will never say again. It is definitely a tradition we will keep here x

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    I love this idea. If I had enough jars I would have done it as presents for the parents from the mindees. I'll diarise it next xmas. Thanks for sharing

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    Wonderful idea :-) thanks for sharing x

 

 

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