I set up the sheet to serve not only as a place to record those everyday moments, but also to be able to keep as a keepsake too.
- I print off the two sheets front to back and 3 hole punch so I can place it into any 3 ring binder
- At the top of the first sheet, there is a place to record the child’s name, age and year
- There is also blank space on the first page to place a picture of the child, have the child draw a picture, place a hand print, or any other special memorabilia from that year.
- There are three spaces to record things the child loved, sweet words or phrases they said, and humorous accounts of things they did.
I’m thrilled to be sharing my keepsake printable with you today. Hopefully it serves as a place to gather all of those special everyday moments that you don’t want to forget but don’t have the time to stop and pull out the baby book.
How much do you just love that?! Isn’t that a great idea. While I do enjoy scrapbooking, I don’t have the time, or budget, to create elaborate scrapbook pages for my kids. I use my Calendar Journal a lot like Victoria uses her awesome binder. I absolutely adore a spot for photos. Thank you so much for sharing, Victoria. Go check out all the awesomness that is over at Creative Home Keeper.