I am such a sentimental person. I have been scrapbooking for over 10 years and am forever taking photos, printing photos, collecting ticket stubs and preserving memories.
When I found out I would be a mommy – I couldn’t wait to start making my child a special keepsake book of all his or her memories.
I have a beautiful book of all my birth facts, photos, hospital tags etc. that my mom made for me when I was little and I have been in search of a special book that I could make Maddie for her to one day have a look through.
I came across Pink Glitter on Facebook and fell instantly in love! Owner of Pink Glitter, Danielle has brought these amazing files to the market for the busy mom in mind and hasn’t left a single detail out of these stunning creations. With a collection of four files available including; My First Years, My Junior Primary Years, My Senior Primary Years and My High School Years – this is a collection a mom can only dream of doing for their child.
I got my hands on Pink Glitter’s My First Years file and couldn’t wait to get started!
What I LOVE about this memory milestone book is the fact that it is a file. A lot of these types of books lack space and limit the amount of info, pages and pictures that you can add to the book. With it being a file you are able to add pages, reports, photos and art work into the file by simply punching a couple of holes onto the page and opening the file up to slot the pages in.
I love the look and feel of the design. The inside pages are so colourful and bright and has space for all the info you would possibly need to document including a place for hand and foot prints, a letter from mom and dad, a family tree and first birthday information to name a few.
The file is divided into three sections – one (for the first year), second and Play School which includes space for class photos and art work.
It is super easy to fill up with slots for photos and easy to fill blocks for info as Maddie grows up.
I have thoroughly enjoyed filling Maddie’s file up and cannot wait to carry on adding to it as she grows up.
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