Not only is this a fun way to remember what we were thankful for, but it includes handwritten notes from various family members (grandparents, cousins, etc.), and shows the progression of the kids as they mature.
Example: my nephew Cade was thankful for his dog, Zilla, in 2002. He was 9 years old. This year he is 16, and will most likely be thankful for something different!
After Thanksgiving (and when I'm actually current on scrapbooks!) I put these pages in the books right after the photos of our get-togethers.
After several years of doing this, I'm so THANKFUL I did!
Since we are now officially in the digital age, I have an idea that I may try this year: using 8 1/2 x 11 paper for the family lists, scanning them into my computer, and then uploading them to a digital photo site like Walmart.com or Shutterfly. Then, when ordering their digital photo albums, these 'thankful pages' can be uploaded as a photo and included in the book! Viola!
How does your family remember what they are thankful for?