Memory Book for Baby

DIY baby book

Printable Vacation Journal

My step-granddaughter/foster baby is going home tomorrow.  We are really going to miss her!  She has been such a joyful part of our family for 4 whole months.  I made a little photo book for her to take and thought with a couple changes it would be a fun printable for babies to remember a vacation or family trip.  

Download this PowerPoint template:  memory book

To add images, select a white square, shape fill, then picture.  Navigate to the image you want to use and select it (for best results re-size your image to square first).  Do this for the rest of the images then add your baby’s name, trip location, date, and photo captions.  When you are finished re-save, print, and fold.

Pocket-mod Instructions

Boy is it going to seem quiet around here for a while!


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  1. Awesome idea Ann! What a great idea for a memory book.

    You know, I have read your post about 4 times, and I really do not understand family relations. People will say things like – this is my great great grandmother on my step fathers side by marriage – and I’m like – what?

    I didn’t even realize you were old enough to have a grand daughter. I was under the impression that you were actually quite young. With that said, I’m sure there are all kinds of variations that can exist – or perhaps just the fact that I’m wrong and you are as old as dirt.

    Your writing is as if it’s coming from a young hip Mom though!


    Have a nice day!
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    • Thanks Lisa : )
      She is my husband’s daughter’s daughter (from a previous marriage).
      At 43, with semi-young kids of my own, I am not exactly comfortable with the granny thing.
      The funny thing to me is that my 5 year old son is her uncle!

    • We are going to visit her too.
      I also printed an extra because she will probably wear the first one out in no time.

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