Even the tiniest person has a tale to tell. A few years ago, on a visit home, we came across our childhood baby book which we'd never seen before. It had likely been hidden away out of embarrassment because only the first few pages had been filled in - our date of birth, weight and height, godparents...that was about it! (We'd like to imagine our older sister's baby book made out better, but somehow we doubt it.) Tiny Tales helps you record your memories without boxing you in with fill-in-the-blank answers to predetermined "memories." You decide what's important to you.
Lara Frankovitch created Tiny Tales while pregnant with her son, Trey. Lara believes that life is in the details and our memories should be, too. She believes that his first spaghetti dinner is as important as his first smile. Her first full-blown tantrum as important as her first tooth.
She broke the baby book mold by designing simple index cards, with just a few prompts, which are then filed in a clear acrylic box. Tuck a few in your purse so you can jot down that funny joke you heard them tell at the playground. Tabbed dividers will help you sort them by age so you can keep adding tales as long as you want. Tiny Tales is a great way to record those pregnancy milestones, too (like the first time you were offered a seat on the subway).
Would you like to start recording both the wild (and mundane) tales of your tiny one? We have two Tiny Tales kits to give away! To enter, leave a brief "tale" you'd like to record in the comments below before Monday, 3/10 at Noon EST and we'll randomly choose two winners.
If you're ordering a Tiny Tales kit for yourself or for a gift, you can use discount code OHDEEDOH through March 20th to receive two free refill notepads with your order.