If you’ve read this post, then you know I’ve been on a journey of systemizing how I document my Motherhood. This post is for the link-lovers! If you want a peek into the products I can’t live without when it comes to keeping up with how fast my babies are growing and changing, I’m spilling the goods here!
Photo Boxes: I use Make and Stow for my clients, and for my own family. The Heirloom Quality make these the perfect enduring gift and print photo storage solution.
Make and Stow https://makeandstow.com/
Photo Albums: Artifact Uprising makes the best albums for Milestones and Moments. Birthdays and vacations look beautiful on the pages printed on archival paper.
Artifact Uprising (affiliate link) http://bit.ly/nikkilovesAU
Chatbooks: What I love most about Chatbooks? The ability to AUTOMATE! https://chatbooks.com/
Special Heirloom Books: There are some things in life tied to sentiment, and I think family recipes and Christmas memories deserve their own special realm of documentation. Korie Harold’s books are favorites of mine due to the quality and beauty of the design.
Heirloom Recipes https://amzn.to/2Rfnu8Y
Christmas Memories https://amzn.to/3fMZmnu
Heirloom Kits: These kits are as beautiful as they are useful. Hannah Bergen Heirlooms https://hannahbergen.com/
For unique Heirloom Art, Mae Lilly Designs: The silhouette of our daughter created out of hydrangea petals by Sarah Park will go down in history as one of my favorite pieces ever to hang in our home. I have visions of it hanging in the home of one of my future great grandchildren, an homage to a childhood lived (and loved) long ago. https://www.maelilydesignstudio.com/
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