Any parent will tell you that time passes way too fast. Take it from me: blink twice, and that toddler is entering third grade.
While it’s nearly impossible to “make the most of every moment” as every parent is urged to do, you can make the most of every Saturday with a keepsake journal hot off the presses today from Potter Style.
There are 940 Saturdays between a baby’s birth and his or her 18th birthday, and that idea forms the basis of 940 Saturdays: Family Activities and a Keepsake Journal. The concept springs from renowned pediatrician (and father of three grown children) Harley Rotbart’s clarion call to parents that inspired the New York Times article, “Childhood: 940 Saturdays and You’re Done.”
Now, Dr. Rotbart offers a solution to make each Saturday count: 940 Saturdays: Family Activities and a Keepsake Journal. This colorful hardcover journal has fill-in areas to chronicle each week’s activities up front, with a guide to kids’ developmental milestones and a removable booklet of 1,000+ age-appropriate activities in back.
So turn off that TV and start planning this Saturday’s backyard bug hunt or indoor cityscape — and don’t forget to record it for posterity! $24.99.