AUBREY GROSSEN is a wife and mama to three kids. After having her first baby, she created an online community with just under 40 close friends and family for support and advice on motherhood. Today, that small community has grown to include over tens of thousands of moms. You can find her latest stories and tips on the Mamahood Blog (themamahoodblog.com).
"The First Time Mom's Pregnancy Journal is a unique journal that is unlike any I have seen before! . . . There are places for pictures, firsts, reminders, checklists, and pages for the mom-to-be to write her thoughts and experiences. . . . It is very appealing, and a wonderful gift idea for all expecting mothers!"--Rebecca Becker, teacher and mama of 4 with a Bachelor's in Human Development and Family Studies
"I would have loved to have The First-Time Mom's Pregnancy Journal to write all my thoughts down in one place. This is exactly what every new and experienced mom needs! Somewhere easy to jot something down and come back to! Love it! It's beautiful!"--Annalee Hawkins, mama of 4 little queens
"Even as a four-time mom, I found the activities and challenges in The First-Time Mom's Pregnancy Journal to still be relatable and worth my time. It's easy to forget to take care of yourself completely while pregnant, so the self-care checklists in the journal are great reminders for any mom. And I love that there are places to write notes to your baby. . . . This journal has just about everything you need to document your first, third, or fourth pregnancy."--Caitlin Mortensen, owner of Shop Top Knotch, mama of four
"Memories fade fast, especially as you climb from the depths of nausea and exhaustion. This journal is unlike any other. Not only does it help new mamas document their pregnancy, but it helps them prepare mentally for the birth of their child. It is such a blessing to have a place to keep all the emotions, memories, and struggles that these nine months bring. This journal is perfect for any new mom."--Jaymie Maines, mother of an angel in Heaven and three angels on Earth