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  1. There are some great ideas here! My oldest turns 13 in less than a month so I'll be needing these!
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      Cara, Thank you for commenting. Good luck to the teenage years with your oldest. I hope these ideas really do help you bond closer to him or her. Please share our website with your friends and family who may be having a baby or bridal shower coming up. Thanks for visiting.
  2. Great blog post, Marcie! As a parent of 2 twenty-somethings I wish I had done this. I have some much stuff saved but no order or organization. Love your Time Capsule concept!!
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      Thank you Richelle for your kind comments. Keep in mind you can still use the time capsule to this day, even though you have older children now. It would be awesome to receive my nostalgic memorabilia still collecting dust at my parent's home (which I have forgotten about), in a time capsule. I am looking forward to getting to know you more during Creative Live.
    2. I hear you. That is really why the time capsule was created. It is so much faster and easier to just drop your sentimental items in, and be done with organization. Thank you for your kind comments. - Marcie
  3. Thank you so much for visiting and read my posts ... This is so me I always say that i have nothing to wear lol great post for all those teenagers out there for the future :0) I just so love your idea of capsuling all our memories for future times.
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      Thank you Kristina for your comment. I knew there were many adults who could relate to the quote about not finding anything to wear, and I remember saying it myself, so I had to post it at the top of the related teenage blog. Anyways, be sure to let your friends and family know about our unique baby and wedding time capsules, especially those people with baby or bridal showers coming up. They make awesome gifts. Thanks for stopping by.
  4. Ooh, I love this idea! I don't have kids yet but it would be fun just to make something for myself to find later.
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      Natalie, Even though you do not have kids yet (like myself) it does not mean you cannot go ahead and write "Message to the Future" letters to your future children, or your nieces or nephews now. That is what I am doing myself, and collecting things in a baby time capsule for them. Making one for yourself is also great too. Stay tuned in the future, for blogs about new and exciting time capsules coming. Be sure to share be sure our website with your friends and family, and let them know about our unique baby and wedding time capsules, especially those people with baby or bridal showers coming up. They make awesome gifts.
  5. Great ideas for teenagers and the rest of us too!
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