When it comes to putting life changing events, like giving birth, down on paper sometimes the enormity of the process can feel overwhelming.
'Should I include all the messy details?'
'Should I tell my child I feared for my life?'
'How do I explain any birth injuries?'
'Should I include anything negative? They're only kids!'
by Polly McCourt of Sage Cosmetic Coaching
My toddler, Alfie, is absolutely obsessed with Koalas. Whenever he sees them pictured in a book, he gushes and kisses the page. So come Alfie’s 3rd Birthday, throwing him a Koala themed party seemed a no brainer. I don’t profess to be in any way a fancy party planner, but I did create a special day that he loved. If you’ve got a koala lover like mine on your hands, I hope these ideas help you out.
Don't know where to start with your Monochrome Baby Book? Don't worry! We've broken down the steps to creating the perfect page.
Did you catch our Facebook Live yesterday? I went through every step LIVE!! You can see how easy it is to fill in your Monochrome Baby Book or any of our other memory books? The trick is to just get started!
Are you pregnant? I've been dreamily looking at a whole lot of amazing pregnancy photos on Instagram and Pinterest but I'm too shy to get a photographer involved (not to mention the cost!). So I've pulled together a bunch of amazing maternity photoshoot ideas you can do at home! The best thing is, you can get your hubby involved or your mum or a friend and have some fun. Most of these can be done in the comfort of your own home so you can play around with timing (and take advantage of nap time if you have other children).
Creating a stylish monochrome baby book is as easy as 1, 2, 3!
Getting started on documenting the life of that perfect precious baby can be daunting, especially when faced with a blank bit of paper (or even better... our Monochrome Baby Book). Finding the time to fill it out is also a juggle; don't worry I'm there with you! I can barely finish a cup of tea.
The key is to just dive in and get started, so I've pulled together the 3 best tips to get you going, especially if you're a monochrome lover. You just can't go wrong with black & white!