2020 is not the best year to have a graduating high school senior.
This year probably looks nothing like you expected as a mom, but you can still make it special.
How you ask?
Listen to the following podcast and let’s see what we can come up with.
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If you listened to the podcast, I go into more detail but here is a summary of the suggestions for some out of the box ideas for your high school senior.
It’s a way you can make this time fun and memorable for you and your graduate.
- Neighborhood parade
- Friend parade
- Relative drive by visits
- Drive in graduation
- Mini drive in graduation
- Scrapbook of family letters
- Host a gift opening party
- Graduation picture collage
- Rent a food truck and have graduates stop by
So, which ones sound best to you?
Do you have any to add?
If you do, please comment so other parents can make this a special time for their senior too.
Scroll down to see some amazing products to help you make these fun events happen.
Most items come in multiple color combinations so you can help your high school senior color coordinate with their school colors.
Now, about getting something for yourself.
You’ve gotten this “baby” of yours to adulthood.
Can you believe you’re the mom of an adult child, or are you ready for your kiddos to grow up?
In either case, treat yourself to something fun for making it this far.
You deserve it.
Here are just a few ideas for you or any mom you know of a graduating high school senior.
Grab one for yourself and one for a friend.
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