Postpartum +Childhood History Journal -Powdered Lilac Leatherette
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COVER MATERIAL: Leatherette
Feels like a smooth, thin leather binding.
Childhood History Journal
This is a prompted journal that helps a parent easily document a complete childhood history for their child. It covers from when the mother is pregnant, until the child is 18 years old.
Each phase and year of the child's life has custom tailored prompts to ensure quick but meaningful recording for the parent.
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An emotional outlet through the proven therapeutic practice of writing.
The perfect companion for any mother who is pregnant or recently had a baby.
Created with certified therapists, our prompts help prevent and ease the symptoms of postpartum depression and anxiety
The practice of journaling lowers your heart rate and boosts your mood.
Is there anything you’ll miss about being pregnant?
What did you like most about your birth experience?
What visitors have come to see you and your baby?
How has your body changed since delivering your baby?
What are some lessons you’ve learned from welcoming your baby into your family?