Personalized Book For Kids: A Keepsake Journal For New Parents

July 17, 2016 - Comment

This is a great personalized book for kids, but it’s actually for you. Keep track of milestones in your children’s lives and at some point you can give it to them as gift. It’s a great idea for tracking all the important memories. When your kids grow up they will know the love. This will

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This is a great personalized book for kids, but it’s actually for you. Keep track of milestones in your children’s lives and at some point you can give it to them as gift. It’s a great idea for tracking all the important memories. When your kids grow up they will know the love. This will become a keepsake journal for new parents and will become a history for all the great family memories.

Personalize your book starting at birth, fill it out each year and give it to your kids when they turn eighteen. 

This is not anything like a baby book. It’s a birthday book! Think back……do you remember all of your birthdays and how special they were. I can remember a couple, but as I get older, I wish I could remember more. Do this for your kids and for yourself.

It was born from the simple idea that birthdays provide the perfect annual opportunity to preserve a sweet moment in time as your child changes from year to year. So it’s a multi-layered confection: annual touchstone, cherished ritual, and eternal keepsake. This journal also provides some fun, fast, and casual birthday activities for ages 1-18 as well as space to stick birthday photos and a random picture from each year. There are some amusing and thought-provoking questions to ask your kid, and a time-capsule envelope for stashing away odds and ends (artwork, school papers, hand tracings, birthday cards, invitations, and other memorabilia). 

New parents: This Is A Great Idea 

This personalized keepsake journal is the perfect gift for new parents.

From toddler hood to young adulthood to every year in between, you’ll return to the same four activities for each birthday. The questions prompts, and tone may shift each year, but the essence intentionally remains intact.

Comments

Jenn Bo says:

Perfect for a parent who is not a scrapbooker! This book is perfect for me! I am not interested in scrapbooking, but have a little mommy guilt about not putting together something cute and fun for my daughter to have when she is older. If 7 year-old-girls compare scrapbooks, my daughter is destined to wonder why her momma didn’t deliver a scrapbook. 

D. Sanders says:

great book I ordered this for my son who just turned 9. I have had great intentions of grand scrapbooks, but they have never happened. This was perfect for my needs, I just wish I had know about it earlier. Spots for a few pictures, pockets for small keepsakes, and great questions, as well as “interactive” projects for the kids to represent their point of view. A quick, fun way to capture the previous year and celebrations of their birthday. I have just ordered 2 more to give as gifts to friends with very young children.

travelbug says:

I like and hate it I like the idea of the book. The big pages with questions to complete, and the pockets that you can use to store tiny memorabilia. What I don’t like is the fact that the author’s name is all over the book and in very big print. This takes away from it feeling like an intimate journal to me.The questions are very specific and there is no space to create your own questions and adjust to your child. Also, this book should be categorized as Christian or religious as there are religious questions in it. And some of the questions are just boring. Overall a nice idea but doesn’t work for me. Too much information about the author, title page, how to use the book; no room to create your own questions. Overall, disappointing. Will not use (although I’m stuck with it now- I completed a page) and would not purchase again.

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