miles' allowance

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  1. Bird in the Hand 99 months ago | reply

    very nice. i didn't know he could write so well!! that's amazing! you had me all confused.

  2. the mayfly 99 months ago | reply

    Oh, this is perfect! I think it is time to do an allowance here too, but I've been trying to figure out a good way to do it.

    Thank you.

  3. m_soto 99 months ago | reply

    That is excellent.

  4. africankelli 99 months ago | reply

    If only we were all so diligent! I wish I saved 1/3 of my money for charity. Good reminder.

  5. swallowfield 99 months ago | reply

    i love this so much - what a great idea,
    and those multipronged Es are so great! i was really sad when my kids stopped making them that way.

  6. Loobylu 99 months ago | reply

    What a fantastic idea!

  7. shim + sons 99 months ago | reply

    Great handwriting, Miles! =) My friend does this with her kids and I think it is SO great.

  8. Love-monkey 99 months ago | reply

    Such a great idea...i am going to do that with my little guy!!

  9. mandy mckinnon 99 months ago | reply

    this is so sweet, and its a great photo too!

  10. Omsel 99 months ago | reply

    You're invited to post this image to Photo Graphic Cartel

  11. Buttons Magee 99 months ago | reply

    Terrific idea!

  12. bellablue 99 months ago | reply

    Saw this on Kiddley first... LOVE it! (Ps-looks like my bedroom wall behind the jars)

  13. ennailuj 99 months ago | reply

    I find this amusing because I have a son named Miles too, and for the longest time he wrote his name the same way, with the"i" as lower case and the other letters capital.

  14. krommama 99 months ago | reply

    both my kiddos have three jars too!

  15. Sew Many Cats 99 months ago | reply

    awesome idea! i am on the hunt for three jars. thanks!

  16. Interludio 98 months ago | reply

    what a sweet idea to use these biscuit jars

  17. Michael A. Harrison 97 months ago | reply

    Fantastic. I can't wait 'til my little one is old enough to use this. Maybe I should get some jars for myself, too.

  18. LotusMonger 97 months ago | reply

    I've been saving my pocket change the World Of Warcraft way. One jar gets my copper (pennies), the next jar gets my silver (quarters), and then the final jar gets my gold (Sacajawea/George Washington dollars). The other change goes in my C3PO piggie bank.

  19. Pamela Drouin 97 months ago | reply

    This is such a great idea :)

    (Seen on Consumerist)

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