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Pregnant Ladies: Are you keeping any kind of pregnancy journal? How often do you write in your journal? Will you give the journal to your baby someday?
Momma's: Did you keep a journal during your pregnancy? Did you write in the journal for all 9 months? do you think someday you will give it to your child.
I have only kept a pregnancy during my first pregnancy with Jackson. I had alot more time then. I kept it all 9 months and have it stored away someplace safe. I will probably give it to him someday. Most likely when his wife is pregnant with their first child.
I only journaled occasionally during Kody's pregnancy, and no I don't think I'd ever give it to him, lol. It's full of all my anxiety and worries, and, toward the end, my crazy emotions from being cooped up and overdue and just wanting baby OUT. I looked back on the last few entries from pregnancy and was like WOW, I'm glad my DH is still married to me. lol. Crazy lady!
My journal with Jackson was before I really learned all that could possibly happen during pregnancy so I didn't have any anxiety with his pregnancy. His was a nice pregnancy. I'm glad I got to have atleast one of those.
Thank you *Kiliki* for my beautiful siggy
Melissa I like your idea about giving it to Jackson's wife when she's pregnant. That sounds so sweet!
I don't keep a journal. I'm not even sure what I would write in it. It would probably turn out like Joy's and have a bunch of anxiety filled pages and I doubt anyone would want to read that. I do want to make a baby book of firsts when little chap gets here. First smile, laugh, hair cut, cold, steps, words... all that stuff.