I like the journaling prompts and how it is organized by stage of pregnancy. This one is a keeper! I think I can handle writing one line a day. Practical piece — I learned a lot from the facts! Does someone know if I would be able to access a fillable a form document to use? Your email address will not be published.
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- USE JOURNAL PROMPTS TO MAKE JOURNALING A HABIT (EVEN AFTER PREGNANCY).
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- Here’s how to keep a pregnancy journal – according to Instagram star mum Clemmie Hooper!
The Best Pregnancy Journals The following are the top 7 pregnancy journals out there. So funny! Looks modern and upbeat. The beautiful mustard yellow cover really sets it apart. Gone are the baby pastels… and good riddance I say! The interior pages are beautiful as well. This pregnancy journal is a true, modern keepsake.
- Camille Flammarion (French Edition).
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- The Pregnancy Journal: A Day-to-Day Guide to a Healthy and Happy Pregnancy.
Inspirational prompts. This is not a scrapbook-y pregnancy journal. Thanks for sharing!
I have been planning on doing this for about three years now. This is a great idea. I wish I had started something like this when my kids were young. I used to keep a journal and when my sons were young, they kept one as well. Now the blog is an online journal that will embarrass them one day…lol Thanks for sharing and linking up with us at the WWDParty.
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Blogging is such a great way to capture those moments too, and also for family to stay up to date on what is happening. I am a first time Mom to a 4 month old. This is exactly what I have been wanting to do because the days are already hurrying by. Great encouragement to start today! It is so true how fast the days are going!
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I have started keeping a journal for each of my children which involves a small write up at the end of each month. I accompany these with videos and images that are taken throughout the month. Currently, I have no rules about word length or content. I just write what comes to mind and what I think is worth keeping.
Some months there is a lot to say, and some months not so much to say. But I am happy to know that each of my children will have a small writeup with images and videos for each month of the year until they are 18 years old which is when I intend of presenting it to them. I have struggled to find the best way to go about keeping this journal. I am not thinking the best way will be to do the following: — Keep the journal electronic preferebly online which means I can access it anywhere with an internet connection.
A benefit to this approach is that I can easily backup the journal and print out each post after I write it. I can then keep it safe in the house. This will be handy incase of fire or the files are deleted online. Thankfully, I am a software developer and I am considering building this as an online software. I am wondering whether other people would find a software useful and would be willing to use it if I build it and make it public?
Would you pay for a software solution like this? And if so, how much would you value a software solution like this? That system alone is enough for me in this current season but perhaps when my kids are old enough to help, they can also be apart of updating some sort of electronic memory archives.
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I write in both of the boys journals often and want to ask you when you think you will give your journals to your kids: do you see this as giving it to them upon high school graduation? Or do you see it as giving it to them on their wedding day or an anytime gift? How long do you envision writing in the journal? I definitely want to until graduation and maybe longer. I do not blog or write anything on the computer and only hand-write in the journals for each of the boys each boy has his own journal.
And, that is exactly my purpose in doing this; to show my true heart and love to my boys as soon as I could and as long as I can. I started writing a letter to my daughter the day she was born. She is over 4 years old now and the letter is almost pages long. It contains the major events first tooth, first steps, first words but also little things. Like what she ate for dinner, funny things she said or things we did together. Places we went, places we ate out at, etc.
Her mother and I split up before she was two, so I do not have daily events to write about, only our time together every other weekend, but I am hoping she will look back on this when she is older and think that this letter is pretty amazing. A memory journal is just that — a journal to record memories, special dates, […]. Expecting You is a great pregnancy journal to record your experience in a simple and unique way. There are a ton of pages for your own writing which is a huge plus!
Here are 55 writing prompts for you to record your thoughts during pregnancy.
The design is modern and cute with inspiring quotes. There are a ton of cheap and free printable pregnancy journal, prompts and ideas online to choose from. What I love about this idea is that is has a homemade touch to it that really makes it even more unique. With the convenience of phones and computers, an online journal is a pretty good idea for on the go journaling. Apps like Sprout Pregnancy are perfect for writing down your experiences. Your family and child will love to see the memories you had before motherhood. Journaling the next 9 months will be something you and your loved ones will cherish for a lifetime.
We wish you all the best and hope you have a healthy pregnancy!