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- cut a piece of cardboard tube to size
- cut a notch at each end to "hold" the ends (USB head or plug)
- stuff the cord inside the tube, leaving the ends wedged into the notches (add a rubber band for more security)
- mark each tube's contents and place all cords in a plastic bag
Bonus: if you see a toilet paper tube when packing to leave, it's probably yours. [Photo: Flickr | Andres Rueda]
A favorite stuffed toy can be an excellent way to create an inexpensive and creative souvenir for your child.
Everywhere you go with your child, be sure to take a picture of your child and the toy doing something fun (making faces, pretending to run away, etc.). Make sure you get a good view of the sight in the picture as well.
Then, when you get home, combine these images into a storybook and use your imagination to create a storyline. Don't forget to include a 'blooper' page for pictures that did not make the 'final cut'.
- Go to a local marketplace or anywhere serving local foods.
- Ask each member of the family to find one food for everyone to try.
- Pick an outside area for a picnic and be sure to photograph the foods and the faces.
- Whoever picks the best food item, wins!