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Make your kids famous

May 5, 2009 | Gratitude Journal | 0 comments

Well, at least famous within the Half Full Blogosphere.

I'm quickly running out of photos of my own, and would LOVE to include pictures of Half Full readers' kids in my posts. I'm looking for images of happy, laughing, or otherwise emoting kids — or kids involved in activities like arts and crafts, sports, or any type of play.

You can share your photos with us in 3 simple steps:

  1. Create a Flickr account, if you don't already have one
  2. Upload your photos to your Flickr account
  3. Join our Raising Happy Kids group

Many thanks for all the wonderful pictures you've emailed me so far. You'll see that we have uploaded them into the Greater Good Science Center account.

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