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Gifthing Pregnancy Keepsake BookWas today the first glimpse you took of your baby’s ultrasound picture? Were you astounded at the evident proof that there is a small being growing inside you? Did you remember the first time your growing baby kicked you so hard you gasped with shock? Just how can you best remember and record these precious memories? A Pregnancy Keepsake Book will allow you to document and describe each and every detail as you progress from your initial pregnancy discovery to the moment you get to meet your son or daughter for the very first time.
由 Gifthing-Intl 發佈於 2017 年 7 月 12 日 星期三
Cute Pregnancy Keepsake Book Flower and journals are a perfect way to track the precious 40 weeks of your life where your baby’s life begins. The 40 weeks of maternity changes, cravings, thoughts, challenges and wishes.
• Prefect for photo and journal entries.
• A durable measuring tape for marking down the actual size of your tummy month on month as it grows.
This Pregnancy Keepsake Book Flower offers：
• Hard cover.
• This book includes:
• Transparent Case for Testing Stick storage
• Tummy Recording Tape with Transparent Case
• Ultrasound Photo Pages
• The Bump Photo Pages
• Baby Info Page
• Secret Letters
• Naming game
• Nicely shrink wrapped with nicely printed paper insert.
If this is your first pregnancy, or your first attempt at recording in a keepsake book, the first steps can be quite daunting. Where to start ??there seem to be so many blank pages in your pregnancy keepsake book, which ones do you begin to complete. Try to establish a regular writing frequency and as each exciting new development with your pregnancy is noted or felt, write the information in the book in the relevant section, depending on which trimester of pregnancy you are in. Here are a few suggestions of topics to get you started:
• The date you first announced your pregnancy to the world
• Your weight at the beginning of your pregnancy
• How you feel emotionally and physically at each stage and month
• Any dreams you’ve had since becoming pregnant
• Food and other items you are craving
• Any feelings and thoughts you’ve had about your unborn child