Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Baby's First Year

It's only taken me more than 2 years to finish, but now it is done! I have made a picture calendar for both my children to capture and remember their first year of life. Here is a glimpse of the calendar I made for my son.
A great way to document special milestones.

See baby grow!



Capture treasured moments.


Silly faces.

Happy times!

Fresh from the bath and already 7 months old.

Holidays remembered.

My favorite layout.

Thankful I won't forget how little his hands were.

Baby's first Christmas.

Fun in the snow.....maybe not.

Big Birthday Boy.

Both the calendars I made for my children are treasured keepsakes. I rotate them and keep them on display throughout the year. It is fun to reminisce about when they were babies.


Check out more "baby" projects on CTMH Heart 2 Heart challenge page. http://heart2heartchallenges.blogspot.com/


TIP OF THE DAY: Use calendars as a way to keep track of special memories, quotes and events. These baby calendars are better than a baby book and are so easy to keep track of baby's growth. Simply jot down a note on the given day and now you have a memory that you will never forget. I use these calendars all the time for journaling on special layouts. My "everyday" calendar has also become a good resource for scrapbook journaling.

~Amy

6 comments:

Corina said...

Wow, Wow, Wow!!! This is is a darling calendar and album. It is just precious!!!

Thank you for sharing with us at H2H!

Lorrinda said...

Awesome calendar/album! A lot of love went into this book :) What a special keepsake! Thanks for sharing it with us at H2H!

Karen Day said...

Super idea (especially including the handprints!) I'm so glad you were able to finish it and share it with us at H2H :o)

Debbie Carriere said...

THis is wonderful! I have always wanted to do this - a beautiful keepsake :) Thanks for playing at H2H!

Lisa Stenz said...

What a great way to keep track of milestones. Your kiddos are darling too! Thanks for sharing with us at H2H! *Ü*

Melinda said...

Such an adorable and delightful keepsake for your kids. Wish I had done it with mine. Do you think it is too late? My oldest is 35 and my youngest is 24! Thanks for joining us at H2H1