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A baby book for all those memorable moments

A baby book, baby album or memory journal, is a complete record of your babys first year and makes a perfect keepsake, for yourself or expecting parents. Looking back through these baby keepsakes with your child when he or she is older, is a magical experience, and of course can jog your memory a bit when youre asked about birth weights and first words.

Baby Books by gender

If you know whether youre buying for a boy, or a girl, you can jump straight to a lovely selection of blue and pink gender-specific albums; if youre not sure then unisex might be the safest way to go.

Memory Books

Believe it or not, as your children get older you do forget things. Little things like their tiny toes, first words, favourite toy, exactly when they first rolled, crawled or took a step. A photo album or baby book is a way of telling your little ones story from baby to toddler, and keeping every detail of it fresh in your mind forever.

Usually in the region of 54 pages long, most memory books will start with birth details and then have sections dedicated to each recognised milestone in babys development. Some have little extras too, such as ‘when mummy met daddy and ‘the day you were born, allowing you to add extra information that tells your story as a family and will become treasured memories for your grown-up son or daughter.

If youre looking for something special for Nana, check out Nanas Brag Book; a handbag sized memory book that your babys nana can keep with her, filled with all her favourite baby moments and photos.

Baby photo books, albums and scrapbooks

If youre not one for writing all the details down, then what better way to capture those precious moments you love than in a series of baby photos, scrapbooks or kept in a baby photo album. Although we all keep hundreds of digital images stored theres no substitute for being able to flick through a book filled with printed memories, sharing them with older children, family and friends.

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