What should I write in my pregnancy journal?
What to Write in Your Pregnancy Journal
- It’s all about the details. Each entry should include information like how many weeks pregnant you are, and what you’ve been doing that week.
- Write about the pregnancy.
- Be honest.
- Keep it friendly.
- Stick things in.
What’s the best pregnancy journal?
Healthline Parenthood’s picks of the best pregnancy journals
- As You Grow: A Modern Memory Book.
- My 9 Month Journey Pregnancy Journal.
- My Pregnancy Journal from Pearhead.
- Bump to Birthday, Pregnancy & First Year Baby Journal.
- The Belly Book: A Nine-Month Journal for You and Your Growing Belly.
How do you make a pregnancy journal?
DIY Pregnancy Journal Prompts
- What were your first thoughts when you found out you were pregnant?
- When was the first time the doctor confirmed your pregnancy?
- Who are the important people you’re announcing the pregnancy to?
- When did you first feel your baby move or kick?
Should you keep a pregnancy journal?
Whatever your answer is, keeping a pregnancy diary is the best way to remember those small but notable moments as you journey through your 40 weeks or less before the baby comes. If you are not the pen and paper type; don’t worry, you can join millions of other moms journaling their experience with Journey.
When should you start a pregnancy journal?
Start journaling as soon as you know you’re pregnant to capture a full record. Write down information that is important to you, such as when and how you found out, how you and your partner felt, and the reactions of your loved ones. Journal as regularly as you would like.
What should I write in my pregnancy scrapbook?
Note the birth details.
- Include as many relevant details as you can remember. Try to write this entry soon after having your baby while the experience is still fresh in your memory.
- Include pictures of the newborn baby. Put them at the end of the pregnancy journal for a fulfilling endpoint.