Have parents, grandparents, other family members, and friends write down advice on small pieces of paper shaped like leaves. Use a piece of paper to make a tree with bare branches which fills most of the page in the pregnancy scrapbook. Attach the “advice leaves” to the tree branches.
Letter to Baby
Write a letter to your baby and attach it in the pregnancy scrapbook. Tell him how excited you are to give birth to him and to see him for the first time. Express how you felt when you heard you were pregnant and talk about your dreams for him. Most importantly, tell baby how much you love him and how your love for him grows each day.
Keep journals regarding things that took place during your pregnancy, and include it in the pregnancy scrapbook. These could include aversions, cravings, or any other things. You will have fun looking back later and remembering what you were thinking or what happened during pregnancy.
Labour Day and First Photos
Dedicate some pages in the pregnancy scrapbook to the day you gave birth. Include dates, times, photos, notes, and similar information. Have the baby’s father record his thoughts on seeing his newborn for the first time. Include photos of baby with parents, grandparents, and other family members present.
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