All About Me - Baby Memory Book Helpful Tips!
Tips for Using
Love makes a family. We designed All About Me: A Little Book of Love & Adventure to be inclusive of all families. Regardless of how you created your family or how you celebrate together, this book is for YOU. Don’t feel constrained by the number of photo boxes or places for text on each page. If you have special keepsakes to add, want to include more pictures, or write a note, go for it! Create a truly unique keepsake memory book for your little one and your family!
Here are some special page-specific tips to make it yours:
Before you arrived & First look. These photos could be ultrasound pictures, baby bump photos or photos received during the adoption process. However you want to remember the first glimpses of your baby, record it here.
My family. Whether of grandparents, siblings, or close friends, photos and the names of whoever you call family belong here. You’ll love revisiting these photos years from now.
Tiny toes, little fingers. Use a nontoxic ink pad or paint to add your little one’s footprints and handprints. Consider practicing on scrap paper first. You could also add photos of their hands and feet, if you prefer.
The adventure begins. Record your birth story, adoption story, or any details about how you became a family. You can add a photo of a christening, bris, naming ceremony, or other special welcome—like an introduction to your extended family—here.
We laugh…and we cry. Tears and tantrums are part of growing up. Here you can record all the ups and downs of the first years.
Our adventures. Adventures can be big, like an exotic vacation, or small, like a trip to the zoo. Record your child’s special moments of discovery here. • Blank pages. Add notes, memories, pictures, a special drawing, or anything you’d like here. Make it yours!
Keepsake pocket. Store and treasure special items like hospital bands, a lock of hair, important little trinkets and so much more!
RubyRoo Baby recommends using quality scrapbooking adhesives for attaching photos and keepsakes. Always allow ink and glue to dry completely before closing or turning pages.