We get our kids separate year books because their schools have a big yearbook signing party on the last day of school. I also want them to have their own as a keepsake - I still have all of mine from elementary through high school and we all get a kick out of looking through them together!
I'm not at this stage, so didn't realize this was a decision. My husband and I are pretty tired of lugging our own (many&large) yearbooks through multiple moves, so my initial response was "No way would I buy more than one", but the pro comments convinced me otherwise. Fundraising and the memories are important, especially when kids are young. Anyhow, there's probably a reason I can't bring myself to throw out my own...
Yes we do. The reason being they all sign yearbooks at the end of the school year so I want them to be able to do this. It also raises money for the PTA which then helps off-set field trip costs. So I feel like I am getting my money back in the end.
Last year I bought 1 yearbook for both kids. No one signed it. Since we are switching school districts next year, I will buy them their own. Definitely for high school, they will get their own, I feel those are most important, even though the elementary school yearbooks are cute to have.