Childhood History Journal - Ochre Linen
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COVER MATERIAL: Linen
The only baby book you’ll ever need.
Our Complete Childhood history is the ultimate keepsake for any parent—the prompted journal that captures every meaningful moment of your child’s life.
From the moment you find out you’re pregnant to your child’s 18th year, this journal guides you through the journey with tailored prompts for each phase and year of your child’s life.
The modern design and durable cover make it a stylish addition to any bookshelf, while the prompts make it easy for busy parents to document their child’s growth and development in as little as one hour per year.
Never forget a milestone or precious memory again, and create a lasting legacy for your child.
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Only takes one hour per year to keep updated.
From pregnancy–18 years, you only need one book per child.
Our thoughtful prompts help you easily write the most important memories.
The practice of journaling lowers your heart rate and boosts your mood.
How was your teen's birthday celebrated?
What do you imagine your baby looking like?
What things has your toddler learned this year?