Letters for Tomorrow
Crown Publishing Group, Feb 1, 1995 - Family & Relationships - 160 pages
A lovely keepsake book that makes the perfect shower gift! Letters For Tommorow provides a way for expectant moms and dads to document the most exciting nine months in their lives, while they wait for their baby to arrive. The authors, a licensed family therapist and a licensed clinical psychologist, know that this tinie can also be particularly stressful. Structured, guided journal writing could be very helpful for many people, but most just don't know how to begin or what in the world to write about. Letters For Tommorow offers suggested topics, such as "Today I found out I'm pregnant," "We hid a baby shower for you," "I've packed a bag for the hospital," and it will also include many blank pages for topics of the parents' choice. Siblings, grandparents, other relatives, and friends are also encouraged to record their thoughts and feelings in this unique and beautiful book, illustrated throughout in full color. Letters For Tommorow includes writing tips and suggestions for how to use the book, and each section (the book is divided into trimesters) has plenty of space to paste in photographs, ultrasound pictures, and other memorabilia.
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This book is fantastic. It was given to me as a gift when I was pregnant with my first baby and I loved it so much, I bought another when I became pregnant with my second baby. There are some pages with pre-provided topics to help you get started writing the letters, and other blank pages so you can write about whatever you want. I've given this journal as gifts to other expecting friends. It is truly a priceless treasure for your new baby - someday he or she can read about how you felt while you were pregnant (yes, there are even pages about feeling crummy). It's fun for me to read through now to remind me of how I felt while I was expecting my babies. ...