{ My Jett’s Milestone Book}

I finally finished this milestone book I have been working on for my little Jett. When I did this one
for my Derek, I did traditional paper scrapbooking. Oh, how I now LOVE digi-scrapping. So easy and mess free!:)
Jett is my number five of my six kids. After I had my fourth, I realized how fast they grow and change
and I wanted to remember every little detail of them being babies. I wish I had written down more of
the milestones for my first three.
I made this book 8″x8″ and I love the size.
I picked my favorite photo for each of the months for one of the sides, then I typed the
milestones that I had written down for that month. I love to look back at their books and
remember all of the little things about my sweet babes.:)

Comments

  1. says

    These are so cute! I love digi-scrapping too – so much faster and lots more free options! Did you just print the pages and insert them into an album, or did you get a bound book printed somewhere? I’ve been wanting to do one of these for awhile but I keep going back and forth on printing options…

  2. says

    Thanks everyone!:)

    Emmyshell- I used Photoshop Elements to digi-scrap this book.:)

    Tiffany- I had the sheets printed at Costco and just stuck them in an album. Getting them in a bound book would be fabulous though!:)

    Peaceloveapplesauce- I just put it in an 8″x8″ album from Hobby Lobby. The part that says Jetts
    1st year is actually just a cover page.:)

  3. says

    I did this for my first daughter and am continuing with my second daughter. I used shutterfly and made a book. I took monthly pictures and then wrote about her month-what happened, what she did, her likes/dislikes. Its cool to go back and compare my 2nd child to my first. And my daughter LOVES looking through all the pictures and when she’s older will love what I wrote.

  4. Emily says

    Oh my goodness! Where were you 4 years ago? : ) I can’t remember any of that stuff. That is the cutest book I’ve ever seen.

  5. KBaker says

    love this book. and… i’m curious what kind of home printer you use. i’m in the market. and yours seems to do great work. thanks!

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