My wife Kelly is proud of her son who worked all summer to buy a little Mazda truck he can drive now that he's got his license. But she asks herself how can she drive around town in a vehicle loaded with safety features (which she bought to protect her family) and then let her son drive around without experience in a little Mazda with no airbags or reinforced doors?
Last week we asked you what stuff from your kids you save. The No. 1 answer was handprints. No. 2 answer was footprints. After that people said drawings and paintings from their kids. So that inspired me to find 5 awesome crafts you can make with handprints.
Smells are tightly connected to memory so certain smells instantly take us back to childhood. For me, it's grape smells -- like air fresheners, beverages, popsicles. For Stacy Lee it's school smells like rubber cement and jars of paste.
A lot of parents are doing spring cleaning and they've got boxes and boxes of kid art from pre-school or elementary school. How much of that do YOU save? And what about baby booties? Hand prints? Macaroni necklaces? Does anyone bronze baby shoes?
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