Baby's First Journal

Baby's First Journal

Baby's First Journal
Capture the precious memories of your baby's first year in this spiral and cloth bound journal. With special sections for your baby's "firsts" and favorites, photographs, captions and more, all the important moments will be saved for years to come. Includes six colorful pockets for holding mementos and keepsakes.

book illustration

For babies to 2 years

baby book illustration

Illustrated By: Clare Beaton

Clare Beaton illustration

Clare Beaton's Hardcover "Babies First Journal" $24.99


* Related and Recommended:

Welcome to the World (Hardcover $18.99)
A Celebration of Birth and Babies from Many Cultures
Welcome new babies to the wonderful world with this collection of photographs and poems from many cultures. This unique anthology celebrates the feelings of hope, wonder, surprise, delight and fascination at each new generation of children.

For all ages

Compiled By: Nikki Siegen-Smith

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Barefoot Books for Baby Gift Set
A perfect 'welcome home' for a new baby
Welcome a new baby into the world with Baby’s First Book, featuring Clare Beaton’s exquisite hand-sewn collages. Paired with a cuddly White Bunny Rabbit puppet, this gift set makes the perfect present and is presented in an eco-friendly, reusable green shopper tote with a gift tag to personalize.

For babies to 2 years

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child with bubbles

B Activity:

Bubbles

* 1/4 c. dish soap, 1/2 c. water, 1 Tbs sugar) and blow them!

Baby Painting

* Add Baby Powder to the Finger Paint
* Paint with Baby Lotion
* Paint using Bottles full of paint

Bubble Prints

What You Need:

* Paint
* Dishwashing Liquid
* Straw

What You Do:

* Mix 1 part paint to 2 parts dishwashing liquid in a bowl. Have your children blow into the bowl with a straw. This will cause bubbles to form over the top of the bowl. Now have your kids put a piece of paper over the bowl in order to cause bubble prints to form


Note: Put a small hole near the top of the straw so that your children can not suck up the solution

Alternatively: Put several smaller containers containing different colors near each other. When your children put the paper over it. It will make cool colors.

http://www.everythingpreschool.com/alphabet/B/art.htm



Happy Reading!
~ LadyD




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