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A Memory a Day for Moms: A Five-Year Inspirational Journal

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Just one simple thought a day to preserve five years of memories with your children—finally, a record book that is doable! A Memory a Day for Moms,a beautiful five-year journal with carefully curated questions and writing prompts, offers you just that. Jot down a single thought, memory, or prayer, and build a treasured keepsake day by day.

Mothers in all stages of life will
Hardcover, 384 pages
Published March 13th 2018 by Thomas Nelson
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Mar 24, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Title: A Memory A Day For Moms

Author: Thomas Nelson Publishing

Genre: Nonfiction, Journal, Self-Help, Moms

Plot: We all know how busy moms are; they practically run the world and don't have time for hot coffee, let alone journaling all their memories of their growing kids. So here's the perfect solution for moms; a prompted five year journal to jot down a quick daily memory that we can look over for years to come and see how far our children have changed and grown.

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Mar 27, 2018 rated it it was amazing
As someone who enjoys looking on Facebook "On This Day" to see funny things my kids said in the past, or see adventurous things we did, I love the idea of this journal. Answering the same question on the same day five years in a row lets us see how things change and what happened on particular days. Some examples of questions are "What is your child's favorite tv character" and "What has been a big encouragement to you lately?" I've had a lot of fun answering these questions and think this will ...more
May 10, 2018 rated it really liked it
I received a complimentary copy.

The journal is a page of line where you can write your thoughts on the topic provided and at the bottom there is some reflections. I find that there could have been writing prompts in which the reader could have had a seperate journal and utilized the book, but it would be a good gift for someone with time. A new parent does not always have to strength in the day to reflect. The book will take devotion but after five years I am sure it would make a wonderful keep
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