If you are anything like me then you love keeping keepsakes for you children and memory books that they will (hopefully) one day cherish! Sometimes it gets away from me. I currently have all kinds of things saved to put into books but I have yet to do them. Of course the problem is now, (while I do have some sort of organization system) that I have some pieces I don’t remember what year they were from. I really bothers me knowing that I have so much unfinished when it comes to their sweet memory books. So I have promised myself that my daughter’s book will be the one book that I at least don’t fall behind on. Since she is the youngest at 4months old it will be much easier for me to quickly fix and add what I have missed. Especially now that I have A Pocket Full of Treasures: A Baby Journal to help guide me. I am old fashioned and I still just love to do things with my hands, yes digital is easier, yes it’s nice but for me it takes away from putting it together with my own hands. A Pocket Full Of Treasures: A Baby Journal has a bit of both worlds combined. Part of the book is already laid out for you like a digital would be but then part of the book still needs you to put it together and to add your own personal flair! The pages are simple and sweet and they have thought of everything. First of all the binding can be adjusted as needed since it it secured on with a ribbon. The pages all require your thoughts and handwriting like a journal would but in addition add the extra features of spots for pictures, and even the waiting period before the child was born. (Why didn’t I think of that when writing my other kids journals??) Every page is Illustrated with different flowers and designs that make each page pop. From babies first day home. to milestones like finding their feet, sitting up and walking, this little baby Journal has it all. They even included a pocket in the back to place sweet little things inside. I plan on putting the string they tied around my belly at my shower and her first headband inside along with a few other things from her first year. How do you like to remember you children’s first year? Do you write to them as they grow older?
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