What better way to cherish the special moments in your child’s life than with a baby’s first-year journal. That first year goes by so fast. Before you know it, they’re adults. You’re struggling to remember what their first word was. Or how you came up with their name. A printable baby journal is a good way to keep track of it all in one place.
Why do you need a journal for your baby’s first year?
Believe me when I say the baby years don’t last forever. When they grow up, you’re gonna regret not having a baby milestone book of your kids. It will be hard to remember what their first word was. Or what cute phrases they used to say.
A baby first-year journal is a way to keep track of it all. It makes a fun memento for when they become adults too.
What do you write in a baby journal?
How do I choose a baby memory book?
You need to decide what you want to put in your printable baby journal. What memories do you want to keep? What firsts do you want to record? How many pages do you want? Do you want a physical baby journal or printable?
Then decide on the design. Do you want it gender-specific or gender-neutral? Do you have a particular theme in mind? These are the questions you need to ask yourself before buying.
How to make a printable baby memory book
- Printer with ink
- Paper (any kind that fits in your printer will do)
- Maybe scissors or paper trimmer to cut off excess trim
- 3-ring binder
- 3-hole punch or
Printable Baby Memory Book
- Cover page
- This belongs to page
- Page to identify the gender of the baby
- Baby information page
- Hello baby photo page
- My first photo page
- Birth story page
- The story of my name
- First four weeks pages (4 pages)
- First 12 Months (12 pages)
- My first birthday page
- My first birthday photos 1 page
- Birthday wishes page
- My sleeping habits page
- Milestones and memories page
- Our family tree page
- 30 Pages total!