I couldn’t have been more taken back by what my girls wrote with their first entries.
At nine and eleven, my girls already have weighty topics on their hearts.
If you check out the book on Amazon, you’ll learn that: This journal includes writing prompts to help get the conversation going, plus fun ideas for making lists and drawing pictures.
There’s also plenty of free space for writing about day-to-day experiences and whatever’s on your minds — and two ribbons for marketing your places.
The book description reads: This engaging prompt journal is the perfect tool to strengthen your mother son relationship.
Record memories together, swap stories, compare perspectives, and explore common and unique interests. I also thought I’d share a couple parenting books on my library list too.
The experience since our original date to start the journal has been eye-opening, wonderful, and at times overwhelming.The first night, one of my daughters wrote an eight-page entry.I really didn’t realize how many grown-up thoughts were going on in my little ladies’ minds.My little lady and I headed to Big Water Coffee (in our favorite place — Bayfield) and ordered a hot cocoa, coffee and a treat.To sit down and talk about how this whole mother-daughter journal would work.