The Mommy Journal : Letters to Your Child
Save and savor those precious moments with your child in this journal for mothers. Ask any mother and she will tell you there are just not enough hours in the day. By the time she has fed, clothed, and bathed the children, readA Curious GeorgeA for the 100th time, cut the crusts off the PB&J sandwiches, and removed the ground-in dirt from the play clothes, she does not have time to create a detailed scrapbook of each of her children's lives. It's no wonder that so many elaborate baby books remain incomplete, their pristine pages adding to the guilt and inadequacy that many moms already feel. That is whyA The Mommy JournalA is so perfect for today's moms. It offers a quick and guilt-free way to record the special moments of childhood. Space for each entry is only about three inches long and undated, so there is no pressure to write lengthy narratives or to journal every day. In less than five minutes, mothers can quickly jot down the moments they want to remember forever. Plus, unlike traditional baby books, A The Mommy JournalA lets mothers record memories of all their children in one place. Charming illustrations of toys, hearts, and animals grace each page. Every few pages contain a bit of parenting wisdom such as, "The best thing you can give children next to good habits are good memories." Instructions for fun activities moms can do with their children, such as make edible finger paint from instant pudding, are included as well.A The Mommy JournalA will become a treasured keepsake, both for the mom who creates it and for the child who receives this precious record of childhood.
- Hardback | 128 pages
- 193.04 x 215.9 x 20.32mm | 544.31g
- 03 Sep 2002
- Andrews McMeel Publishing
- Illustrations, unspecified
About Tracy Broy
Tracy Broy is the mother of fraternal twins Christopher and Kylie. She is the president of the Purple Cat Company, which creates and designs journals, stationery, calendars, and other items to capture childhood memories. A portion of the profits from "The Mommy Journal" are being donated to Our Little Haven, a foundation for children who have been neglected or abused, or who were born drug-addicted or with HIV.