Childhood History Journal - Wesley Blue Linen - Amanda Jane Jones X Promptly Journals
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Recording those everyday moments helps you appreciate them more and remember them for years to come. We collaborated on this fresh color and design for our Childhood History Journal with Amanda Jane Jones, a mom of three, designer, illustrator, and author who we love for her creativity and effortless style.
This is a prompted journal that helps a parent to 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.
COVER MATERIAL: Linen
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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?