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    Do people still celebrate milestones like birthdays 1st, 18th, 21st etc & still do photo boards of the years growing up etc?

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    All the 21st's I've been to over the last few years have done photo slideshows on a projector

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    I think the projector thing will become more common - it's easier to scan an old photo into a slide show than it is to go print out all your more recent photos.
    All our younger cousins etc still seem to do it for 18 & 21. We didnt do anything particularly special for 30 or 40, just lunch at a nice winery with our families. We always celebrate birthdays in general, even when there are me, DH and my niece in the same week - we all coordinate in advance and make sure we have separate celebrations planned for each person

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    Yep my family does. I think I had 5 photo boards up at my 30th, my mum did a brilliant job of them. :-)

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    For my 21st yes. From my first baby photo to a photo taken just days before my birthday. I plan on doing it for my boys as they reach those milestones

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