Baby & Child Memory Books & Keepsakes
There's nothing more precious than the memories of your baby and child's first years. From their first steps and first words to their first holidays and birthdays, it's all worth documenting in a journal. Our collection of baby and child journals are the perfect way to keep track of all of the special moments in your little one's life. Whether you're a first-time parent or a seasoned pro, our journals are a must-have for anyone who wants to remember those precious early years.
What is a baby journal?
A baby journal is a keepsake book used to record the earliest years of a child's life. It often includes spaces to write about milestones, add photos, and store mementos collected across the first few months of your baby’s life, such as locks of hair or hospital bracelets.
What should I write in a baby journal?
Our baby journals are designed for you to record your baby’s important milestones, such as their first words, steps, and other memorable moments. We also leave space for you to express your feelings as a parent and your observations of your baby’s personality and development.
When should I start a baby journal?
Starting a baby journal as soon as your baby is born allows you to eternalise these precious first days. Prior to this, you may like to use a pregnancy journal to record happy memories.
What is a child journal?
A child journal is a record of your child's very own life experiences, from their early years through adolescence. It can include milestones, memories, and reflections on their growth and development.
When should I start a child journal?
You can start a child journal at any point in your child's life, but many parents begin a few years after the child is born and continue to add to it over the years. It's never too late to journal about your child’s life, because you can always backfill with memories and experiences from earlier years.
Where can I buy baby and child journals?
Our baby and child journals are available online, or alternatively through our stockists across Australia and New Zealand.