Minimal Motherhood | Simplifying The Baby Book
It's always the last thing you scramble for before baby is born. That perfect spot to store memories of your baby's birth, their first footprint, and the many little details that you never want to forget. Finding a baby book that is minimal in design, yet intentional with it's content is no small feat. We have a baby book graveyard of all of the books I've attempted to make work for our family, and while I continue to log the important details in them, I knew things would be transferred once I found the right fit for our family.
The Minimalist Baby Book from Tokki Goods checked all the right boxes. Finally, something beautiful to sit on a shelf on display, full of simple design touches that allow us to make it personal to our children. The 160 pages are filled with everything you want to remember from your pregnancy to age 5 with precious memory prompts to ensure you capture it all.
The charts for tracking growth are easy to fill in each month and there are even pages for handwritten letters and plenty of opportunities to squeeze in their photos. It doesn't hurt that they are so beautiful to have on display and the perfect shower gift as they come gift wrapped with lavender at delivery.
Thank you for sharing your beautiful record book with us, Christina. It is so thoughtfully curated and a breath of fresh air to the minimalistic mama.
What do you all look for in your baby books? Are you good with documenting your littles?