Baby memory books make it easy to keep track of all the little ‘firsts’ in your children’s lives. Reminisce for years to come, plus, they’re perfect for sharing with family.
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I am the absolute worst scrapbooker/journal keeper in the world. I think I have journaled like 4 times in my life. I completed my daughter’s first-year book when I was designing scrapbook kits and that died out after I had my second son. Sorry, Max…you really are the middle child. My husband took it upon himself to make the kids books and that’s perfectly fine with me. In this digital age, we have pictures of pretty much everything, but we didn’t have any stories because I didn’t write anything down. I had a personal blog where my last post was titled “It’s a Boy!” That was for my son five years ago. I’m a little disappointed in myself, so I created this FREE Printable Baby Memory Book.
I wanted something that I could just print out as I needed pages and would be super simple…something even I could do. There are half day entries and when there’s a fun memory, I just write it down. I don’t have spaces for “Baby’s Firsts” because I honestly don’t think it matters what day he crawled. I would rather remember that once he started crawling, he was a maniac wondering all over the house…or that he would come to find me in my office and sit in my chair.
Supplies For Baby Memory Books
- My FREE Printable, for personal use only
- 3″ Binder
- White Paper
- Paper trimmer or scissors
Making Baby Memory Books
- Just print out my printables
- Pace the cover in the front sleeve of the binder.
- Cut off a 1-inch long piece off of the full pattern sheet for the side of the binder
- Use the rest of the sheet for the back of the binder
- Print multiple memory sheet pages
- Punch 3 holes in the memory sheets, then place them inside the binder
Tip: Tape Pictures To The Pages With Washi Tape
Beau is my last baby. He’s already 8 months old and I may be panicking a little. How is he already this old, guys? He’s already crawling and now he’s standing up on everything. He’s only 8 months old and I feel like that’s too early for my baby to grow up. We’re already moving on to Huggies Little Movers diapers because the kid is all over the place.
He’s also a big eater and drinker, so he needs all the protection he can get! The NEW Dry Touch absorbs on contact and has a Leak Lock for up to 12 hours! My baby usually sleeps through the night, so that’s seriously a life saver. I got mine at Babies “R” Us since it’s a one-stop shop for all things babies! Get the coupon HERE. Find Huggies on Facebook and Twitter to keep up with the latest products and deals!~
How would the NEW Huggies Little Movers be an awesome fit for your baby?
What favorite memories will you be putting in your baby memory books?