#40 Juxtapose Old Pictures

#40 Juxtapose Old Pictures

Juxtapose Old Pictures: While researching date ideas, I discovered juxtaposition photography. Juxtapose means “to place or deal with close together for contrasting effect.” A quick Google shows many example images of this photography concept. My…

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#27 Revisit The Place Where You Met Your Spouse

#27 Revisit The Place Where You Met Your …

Revisit the Place Where You Met Your Spouse: For this date, you’re going to recreate your first date with your child’s other parent. You may or may not still be with that person, but, regardless,…

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#18 Create Family Traditions

#18 Create Family Traditions

      Create Family Traditions: Some of the most memorable things many adults have about their childhood are family traditions. The traditions can be silly or serious, but either way, they represent consistency, love,…

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#14 Make a Time Capsule

#14 Make a Time Capsule

Make A Time Capsule With Your Child: Time capsules have been used for a long time and are exciting both for those burying the capsule and those opening it. To create your time capsule, you…

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#11 Sunrise And Sunset On The Same Day

#11 Sunrise And Sunset On The Same Day

Watch The Sunrise And Sunset In The Same Day: One of the best ways you can spend one-on-one time together is to plan to watch the sunrise and sunset on the same day! While watching…

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#6 Capture Your Memories On A Map

#6 Capture Your Memories On A Map

Capture Your Memories On A Map: What better way to spend one-on-one time with your child than to create a visual at home of your travels and memories. There are several options and ways you…

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#5 Visit Your Childhood Places

#5 Visit Your Childhood Places

Visit Childhood Places and Memories: Vist your childhood places is a great way to spend one-on-one time with your kids! Do you happen to live in the same area with your children as you did…

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