prompt, is officially open! I'm starting slow, so here are my first two products :
The first item I've listed is based on the feedback that I've gotten on the 20 Questions I asked Morgan on her third birthday.
20 Questions : A Birthday Interview Album for Kids includes an 8" x 8" album, a title page for a short note to the child, and 10 years worth of blank questionnaires to be filled out annually on the child's birthday. Here is a clip of the description from the listing :
Capture memories from your little ones childhood with this scrapbook style birthday interview album. Here is how it works :
year, on or around your child's birthday, you ask the same 20 questions
listed within the pages of the album and fill in their answers.
Questions like : What is your favorite color? What is your favorite
song? Slip in an 8" x 8" photo of the child, perhaps from their
birthday, on the opposite page. Easy, right? Repeat next year and for
the next 8 years. 10 years in all.
Think of how fun it will be to
look through this memory album in your child's teenage and young adult
years! See how much they changed from year to year. When it's full, keep
it for yourself, or give it to the interviewee.
This album was
designed to be a fun way to record and remember simple memories from the
childhood of your kids, grandkids, nieces, nephews, godchildren, or any
little one in your life. It is gender-neutral with little bits of
bright color that will complement the photos from their birthday
celebrations now, and for years to come.
I've also included some ideas and resources for printing 8" x 8" photos. I've given several customizing options and you can read all about it here.
supplement paper pack to go with the album so you can print 4" x 6" photos and all of the paper still matches. Plus, it ships for free if you purchase the album and paper pack together.
Thank you again for your support, encouragement + excitement. Friday will be my 500th blog post and a little giveaway (that I may have already given away). ;)
Now if you'll excuse me, I need to go breathe a sign of relief.