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pregnancy & baby journals

record your motherhood journey with a pregnancy journal and savour every precious memory of your child with a baby record book 

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Keepsake Pregnancy & Baby Books

The journey to mama hood is a new chapter in your life which you won’t want to forget

Pregnancy Journals

From the trepidation of the pregnancy test to choosing baby names and welcoming your bundle of joy – you’ll want to chronicle every life changing moment. Journaling is also a great way to organise your thoughts, goals and wishes.

Choose from simple lined pages to capture your thoughts and feelings or a journal with thoughtful prompts and space for photos.

Our best selling pregnancy book?
The 9 Months Journal from Write to Me. This is a cute A5 size journal that goes from week 6 to week 40. Weeks 6 and 7 have a single lined journal page and then from week 8 up to week 40 there are 2 double pages per week.

Baby Memory Books

They grow up so fast! Cherish each special memory in a journal that will be treasured forever.

Our best selling baby book?
Baby Journal (Birth to 5 Years) from Write to Me. This journal is available in a gender neutral grey cover or a limited edition pink or blue.
It starts with a page for a baby photo, followed by pages for details of parents, siblings and home life. There are pages to recap your pregnancy and baby shower, followed by pages for birth details, then details for grandparents and relatives. It's then a double page for each month from month 1 to month 12 followed by a series of firsts - first birthday, first holiday, first haircut etc. Then there are 2 double pages for each year 1-5.

Baby Shower Gift

A journal is a popular baby shower gift. Mama-to-be is so busy with work, doctor’s appointments, choosing a cot and a pram and setting up the nursery that it’s these little things that are so often overlooked.
Tip - Team it with a set of milestone cards so mama remembers to take a moment to stop and capture the journey.