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Q&A a Day for Moms: A 5-Year Journal Stationery – October 13, 2015
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- Item Weight : 14.4 ounces
- ISBN-10 : 0553448218
- ISBN-13 : 978-0553448214
- Product Dimensions : 4.29 x 1.23 x 6.27 inches
- Publisher : Potter Style; Jou Edition (October 13, 2015)
- Stationery : 368 pages
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #12,504 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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But I really do love this little book. I think many of us would agree that the ordinary details of today are going to end up being the sweet and special memories of tomorrow - if only we could remember them! And that's where this little gem comes in handy. I bought a similar book when my toddler was first born, but that book did not have any questions/prompts, just blank pages. I kept up with it at first, but eventually got to a point where I didn't know what to write. It can be hard to think of something original to write every single day. But with this book, the simple questions get me writing down memories I never would've thought to record, but know that one day I will love reading! Sample questions include, "One smell I associate with my child right now is _____, " "My child's newest friend is ______" and "What is getting easier these days?" Highly recommend, although if I could give 4.999 stars instead of 5, I probably would, only because I feel like the book would be even better if it was a little bigger. If you have more than one child and want to answer the questions for both of them, you will have to write pretty small.
I've only been writing in it for about a month but it's been really great. It asks some deep questions about motherhood and life in general. I think when my children are grown it will service as sort of a memoir for my kids.
It's geared towards one child but when I read the question if it triggers an answer concerning any of my kids I might answer it based on one of the four or all four. So you can adapt the book to a multi kid household.
I love how when I started the book my kids are 7,7,4,&1 and when I finish it they'll be entire different people at 12,12,9,&6. My daughter is just now starting to talk, so who knows who she or even I will be by the time she is six!
Pocket size, about like your hand or a book of prayers so it doesn't take up a ton of room on the nightstand.
Great way to journal without really journaling.
This is the sort of book that I would buy, and then never remember to fill out. However, I got the Q&A a Day for Kids for my daughter as a fun summer journaling activity for a kid who hates journaling but wants to be a better writer. She loves her Q&A a Day book. I quickly realized that she is great at keeping up with it, so I bought this version to fill out while she is filling hers out. She was so excited to see that we have matching books. It increased her enthusiasm for journaling. Sometimes the questions in my book and hers compliment one another. It has been a really enjoyable little moment of our days together, and it sparks some fun conversations. Kiddo is looking forward to finishing her book so she can have it as a "safekeep" for years to come, and I am glad we have this daily ritual to keep us engaging with one another in a meaningful way during lockdown.
I'm sad there is not a "for dads" version. Dad feels left out now.
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What's something you've done for your child that you never imagined you'd do?
What made your child laugh today?
Who do you wish could watch your child grow up?
Has something scared your child recently?
Is there a food your child refused to eat?
There are 365 different questions, some more mum specific such as How is your love life, but I think this will be a lovely journal to share with my daughter when she grows up. I like the way the book is set out - you fill out the same question each day every year so the question is at the top of the page with room for you to complete the year and a quick answer (4 lines to record your answer). I think it will be interesting to look back and see how things have changed over 5 years. I wish I'd had one of these when my daughter was first born as she'll be one when I start it in the New Year. There are a lot of journals out there and I've bought quite a few but some of the others are more of a snapshot of the year spent together whereas this one makes you think about the little things as well not just the big milestones.
I wish it said for 'Parents' though as there's no reason Dad's wouldn't want one too.