Sunday, April 15, 2018

A Memory A Day For Moms

Lo, children are an heritage of the LORD: 
and the fruit of the womb is his reward.
- Psalm 127:3 -




Hello, friends!
Today I have a lovely little book
that I'm excited to share with you.
And it's just in time for Mother's Day next month.

Life is a collection of moments.




A Memory a Day for Moms
is an inspiring journal that will hold five years of memories
and reflections in one beautiful volume.

Just one simple thought a day 
to preserve five years of memories with your children—
finally, a record book that is doable! 
A Memory a Day for Moms, a beautiful five-year journal 
with carefully curated questions and writing prompts, 
offers you just that. 
Jot down a single thought, memory, or prayer, 
and build a treasured keepsake day by day.

Mothers in all stages of life will find something to love 
about A Memory a Day for Moms, 
as it allows you to reflect on and record your children’s growth 
and your own journey as a mom. 
Whether you are knee-deep with littles 
or navigating the tricky waters of high school and beyond, 
prompts such as 
"My child said the funniest thing today!" 
"My hope for my child is," 
and "Lately we’ve been enjoying _ together" will always resonate.

This luxurious journal makes a beautiful gift for a birthday or baby shower, 
a Mother's Day, or as a special treat for yourself. 
With spacious lines and a prettily designed interior, 
you will love coming back to A Memory a Day for Moms day after day.




I have shared with you in the past that I am not one for journaling.
While I would love to write down everything that happens in a week
I simply don't. . .and I kick myself that I am not writing down the memories.
This book is perfect for me as I can write down something special each day.

Every day of the year the book asks a question
making for a wonderful way to preserve the memories.




I love that I can use this journal for five years,
and how fun it will be to pass it down to my son when he is grown!




There is a place for special notes
and on each page you will find encouraging thoughts
and Scripture verses.




Whether you enjoy journaling
or maybe you're like me and you simply don't do it,
this book is for you.
It is truly a special way to remember those special moments.
Mother's Day is next month, my friends,
and this would be a lovely gift for any mother.

FAMILY:
today's little moments
become tomorrow's precious memories.




** I was given a complimentary copy of this book from BookLook Bloggers
for an honest review. 
All thoughts are my own and no other compensation was received. **

Have a blessed Lord's Day!

23 comments:

Margie said...

Thanks for sharing this neat journal, Stephanie. I'll have to keep this in mind for future baby shower gifts.

NanaDiana said...

What a great idea and what a perfect Mother's Day gift. I think I need to find one of these for each of my daughters. xo Diana

Debbie Harris said...

Beautiful thoughts on this lovely book review.
What a tremendous idea and I'm so happy to hear that you are using it. I pray that you will find great joy as you daily write out your memories, thoughts, prayers and love so as to share with your little one in the future when he has grown up. He will treasure your hand written daily moments for sure.
I believe I will use one of the beautiful journals you have gifted me with over the years and do this very thing on my own as I do enjoy journaling.
Loved this post, dear Stephanie.
Love you~ Mom

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

Very nice book! What a wonderful gift for a new Mom or Grandmother.

Lauren @ My Wonderfully Made said...

I love these kinds of books. Years ago I bought MYSELF one called "Reflections of a Mother's Heart". I've been filling it in a little at a time, just picking the questions I want to answer at that moment. I had bought one for my mom but sadly, she only wrote a few things in hers BUT one of them was how she came to know the Lord and when. She had also filled in one asking what the view was from her bedroom window as a girl. There were half a dozen others and while I wish she had done more, I was grateful to read the little bits about her I never knew.

sarah said...

This is lovely, and to include five years is perfect. Only this past week I was looking back through all my homeschooling and mothering diaries and feeling ever so grateful that I kept them.

mamasmercantile said...

Such a lovely idea. I do so wish that I had done something like that for my girls when they were growing up.

Elizabethd said...

Lovely to keep a record of so many things in your life. I always wish that I had kept a journal, but somehow never had time!

Andrea Ostapovitch said...

I have kept a "line-a-day" journal now for the past 4 years and am now into the fifth. The book I have is also a 5 year and I received another this Christmas and so I will be starting a new journal in 2019. It has become habit to sit everyday and jot down a little something. What I wouldn't give to have a book like this from my Mother or Grandmother.

Have a beautiful week,
Andrea

Merlesworld said...

That would make a lovely gift.
Merle.........

krishna said...

Such a beautiful journal..

Anne Payne said...

Sounds like a great memory 'book' to pas on toy our young man when he is grown! You know I love journals :-) Hope you have a blessed week, my sweet friend! Love you!!!

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

I love this idea, Stephanie! Your son will just treasure that when he is older. I may have told you this, but I write down something that I'm thankful for each day. I also write letters to my grands on their birthdays, of things that I've noted throughout the year. I hope they'll treasure them someday. The funny thing is, some of them can't read cursive!!!
I'm sure my daughter and DIL would love this journal as a gift.

Susie said...

I love this journal idea...a sweet thought or event jotted down for 5 years. I wish I had done this for my daughters. There will always be someone in a family who will be the record keeper...these journals will be treasures. Blessings to you and your family, xoxo, Susie

Conniecrafter said...

Looks like a neat book for a younger mother

Carla from The River said...

What a wonderful gift. I wish I would have had one for my boys. This will be a true treasure.
xx oo
Carla

Thank you for sharing about the Rockies game. That sounded like a great time for you all.

Lillie said...

So true, Life is a collection of moments. Wishing you many happy moments and hours of your journaling.

Marilyn @ MountainTopSpice said...

What an incredibly beautiful idea for a journal! I have so many journals I could simply use one of those but I like the idea of having the prompts to write as well. I think it's wonderful that you were sharing memories in this book already for your son, truly one day he will treasure them! Blessings and hugs to you dear friend!

Wandering Wren said...

Great idea and you have photographed the book so well. I used to keep a diary but not for many years, I reckon this journal would be doable and fun. Thanks for sharing it.
Wren x

Zaa said...

Such a lovely post and thoughtful gift for self or loved ones and friends... Journaling used to be an everyday occurrence in the past... I’m so glad to see a revival in handwritten expression happening today ...It will truly be a treasure for you son, especially with authentic handwriting.... Lovely prompt and lovely pictures...Thank you for sharing the beauty...oxox

Magpie's Mumblings said...

This looks like a lovely little journal. Put me in mind of the first diaries I kept as a young teen - they were 5-year ones too and came with a tiny little key that of course promptly got lost!

Lowcarb team member said...

A lovely idea.

All the best Jan

Kelly-Anne said...

Oh what a precious little book! A delightful way to preserve special memories...

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