Use a door frame or a keepsake chart to mark your child's growth. Credit: Getty Images While you can always keep up with your child's growth by marking lines on a door frame, there are also lots of cool growth charts on the market that ...Track your children's growth with these fun ideas.
Keep track of how tall they've gotten (and remember how little they were). Credit: Charles & MarieFamilies move around a lot these days, and it's sad to think of a new inhabitant painting over the pencil marks on your old doorjamb -- the...
My ex-husband called me on Christmas night. He had some information and a request. He said that he measures the children's height once a year, and that in the past year, our ten-year-old son has only grown one inch, whereas our youngest son has grown...
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