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Letters To My Child: From Bump to Baby, a chronicle of your journey from pregnancy through your baby's first year. These messages from the heart are written in letter form so they may someday be given to the child who inspired them as a treasured keepsake for years to come.
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- The elegant journals are linen wrapped, hardbound, and compact enough to take with you anywhere you go.
- Designed with meaningful and inspirational quotes, each journal contains 160 pages to help a parent easily chronicle their journey from pregnancy through your baby's first year.
- This includes pages dedicated to family history, each trimester during pregnancy, monthly baby milestones and plenty of blank pages to write freely about special moments and occasions.
- Each journal is packaged in a beautifully embossed box, making it the perfect baby shower gift for expectant parents and a meaningful tool for parents wishing to document their child's life.
- Dedication Page
- Family Tree
- 1st Trimester
- 2nd Trimester
- 3rd Trimester
- Your Arrival
- First Family Photo
- Visitor Log
- 1st Day Home
- Separate Sections for Months 1-12
- Family Memories
- Plenty of space to add pictures and a keepsake storage envelope ~5” x 7.5”
- 160 Pages
- 6" Wide, 8" Tall
- Smyth sewn bound
- Responsibly Printed
- Eco-friendly, soy-based inks
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