I'm a compulsive writer and have been trying to keep this journal in addition to my son's daily notes journals.
During the first 4 mos I consistently found this to be lacking in pages considering it's designed as a proper journal rather than a notebook. I actually pasted in extra pages for writing down the things I wanted to include.
I've since left it to collect dust until I have some more time to be thoughtful but CONCISE. I do capture all the milestones in my little one's daily book, but otherwise have given up on making this a regular journaling habit for now.
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Nikki McClure's beautifully detailed illustrations divide this lovely baby journal into sections celebrating the first 1,000 days of life, from the story of birth to jumping into her first mud puddle. Modeled after the journal the author started when her son was born, the sections focus on recording a child’s interaction with the natural world, including baby’s first tree, moon, and garden.