Dr. Seuss' book, Oh The Places You'll Go seems like a tradition at this point for people starting and finishing school. There's reason for it, but it seems that there isn't a child who graduates these days who doesn't own a copy. We ran across a cool tradition for graduation day, but you'll need to start when they're young. Are you up for the challenge?
Over at Small Town Lovin', they've shared a great idea for starting now on a project for your children for when they graduate. It will require a great deal of dedication on your part, but it should be totally worth it when all is said and done.
Having teachers write small notes inside a single copy of this book is a great keepsake for your child. Someday their own children will read it and be amazed that their parents were in school too (even if they didn't walk up hill both ways in the snow to get there like we did). It's a great reminder to plant now in case your school year might contain a move or two that would require earlier action. Check out more at Small Town Lovin'.
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