Saturday, January 8, 2011

Birthday Boxes

I got this idea off of (love that site) but thought I would share this here!

I made tags with these words and then put them in little boxes for when the girls changed classes!

Beehive Box

Personal Progress Kit
Some Suggestions for working on Personal Progress:

1.      Find some quiet time (Sunday is a great day)
Don't get overwhelmed (work on one goal at a time)
2.      Talk to your parents for suggestions & support
3.      Share with your YW leaders your concerns and your successes
4.      Keep your Book "out" so it's just something your always working on
5.      Use the Post-Its to always have your current goal in front of you
6.      Don't just pick the "easiest" goal to get done quickly.  Choose things that                                                                                                                                                                                                                          interest you, and will help better YOU as a person

Always remember what the actual purpose of doing Personal Progress is:
To help you to "Come unto  Christ" (Moroni 10:32) and to more fully learn of your
Divine Nature.

Mia Maid Box
First Dance Kit

1.      Get ready for the dance.  Paint your nails, wear a little lip gloss and don’t forget to brush your teeth! 

2.      Don't forget what the approved dress standards are when choosing your outfit. You don't want the embarrassment of being asked to go home and change. And you don't want the guy dancing with you to feel uncomfortable because of the questionable outfit that you somehow justified.

3.      Go with a friend but don't be joined at the hip. No guy is going to interrupt the highly intense conversation that you seem to be having with your girlfriend every time he walks by you.

4.      Never say "NO" to a guy who had the courage to walk over and ask you to dance in the first place. (a song lasts approximately 3 minutes, it's not THAT bad)

5.      Know your standards (For the Strength of Youth)

6.      Don't forget your dance card                

Remember who you are and have fun!

 First Date Kit:

1.      Always take a cell phone

2.      Know what kind of activity he has planned so you can dress accordingly.

3.      Know your standards. Review “For the Strength of Youth” often.  Tuck the                          wallet sized pamphlet in your wallet.

4.      Know your curfew, let him know before the date begins.

5.    Remember who you are and have fun!

Always Remember...

Life Savers:     If sadness occurs because you have no date, take one of these
before it’s to late!
Hershey’s Kisses: If you’re feeling an urge for a kiss, we recommend that you
splurge on this!
Tic Tacs:  TIC TAK TIC TOC don’t forget to watch the clock  (Be home on time!)
Gum:  NEVER have bad breath…that’s just good advice!
Ice Cream Spoon:  Try all the flavors before you decide on your favorite
 (avoid steady dating).
Nail Grooming Kit:  To avoid starting the date off stressed, allow enough time
for yourself to get dressed.


  1. Can you share the sugardoodle link where this idea is listed? I can't seem to find it.