We designed this book for parents who want a baby book with less statistics and more heart. Childhood, A History is a place to write down your child's story in a meaningful, but non-overwhelming way.
About the Book
About the Book
The book’s prompts focus less on statistics and more on the heart - their ideas, passions, special talents, and funny quirks.
Spanning from birth to eighteen (including two pages for pregnancy) it includes yearly sections for birthdays, adventures, interests, and fun age-appropriate prompts.
Whether you’re a brand new parent or your child is a bit older and you want to “catch up” (it’s not too late!) this journal is designed to help you capture little windows into who your child is and who they are becoming.
- Cotton linen cover
- 80# text, partially recycled paper
- 6.75 x 8.75 inches
- Made in the U.S.
We offer flat rate shipping via USPS for all orders (3-10 business days for domestic orders) and priority shipping (-3 business days).
Not sure if this journal is right for you? We get it, sometimes you just need to have it in your hands. Go ahead order the book, open it, flip through the pages, and if you decide it’s not the right fit for you simply send it back using our return portal . We only ask that the book be in its original condition, and for a small fee of $3 to help with return shipping costs.
Less Statistics, More Heart
After feeling guilty about missing time-sensitive things in our own kids' baby books, we spent a year designing a book focused less on documenting statistics and more on the things that actually matter - the moments, memories, and unique insights that we’d want to cherish for years to come.
Didn't start when they were babies?
Neither did we! The good news is, this is the journal where (with the help of your photos on your phone) going back is actually possible. And remember, it doesn’t need to be perfect! It just needs to be heartfelt.
Built to Last Generations
An heirloom to be passed on to future generations, these books are made in the US with the highest quality materials.The covers are made of cotton linen and the books are smyth-sewn bound, making them layflat and virtually indestructible.