A Modern Day Baby Book Worth Swooning Over
I didn't do one for Journey or for Haven and I feel like the first baby already gets enough thoughts, pregnancy photos, remembering all the milestones and posting all about it.
Soooo, with a third baby, I think a baby book is a great way for me to celebrate and remember all these precious moments. It gives me prompts to write about and places to print and add photos. I think I've always thought baby books were lame, honestly. It's because I thought they were ugly or too "boy" or "girl" feeling. This is a perfect gender-neutral baby book that is seriously so thought out and designed beautifully! My girl, Korie, is an amazing artist and friend.
So if you know anyone having a baby, this is a great gift! You can find it on Amazon here!
THIS IS FEATURED ON MAGNOLIA!!!
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