Becoming a parent is one of life’s most amazing experiences, but it can be also very stressful and overwhelming, with so many new things to learn.
The Tiny Little Miracle journal will help you keep track of your baby’s daily cycle. With encouraging advice from new mums, inspirational quotes, and self-care tips it’s designed to support and inspire you on your journey and help you get through your daily routines, so that you can focus on what really matters – being in the moment with your baby.
The Tiny Little Miracle journal is also a perfect gift for new mums. Monogram baby’s or mum’s initials on the cover!
Why the Tiny Little Miracle journal?
This journal is the only baby schedule/feeding journal we know of that has been designed to keep parents uplifted and inspired.
Within this journal you will find daily tips and quotes that will remind you about the importance of SELF-CARE, going with the flow, and taking each day as it comes—something that can be tough to remember when you’re running on a few hours sleep with a fussy baby and a house that looks like a disaster zone!
The journal includes:
- Structured pages to keep track of your baby’s day:
- other notes
- daily gratitude section
- daily tips from other mums
- A growth diary
- Inspirational quotes
- Key contacts
- Advice on:
- Looking after yourself
- Taking on the new role of parenthood
- Dealing with stress
- Spill-proof leatherette cover with gold foil
- Interior pocket with gold foil
- Pen holder
- 13x18cm (5.1×7.1 in)
- 156 pages
What are the benefits of the Tiny Little Miracle journal?
Clear your mind
Use the journal to note down all the details about your baby’s day: feeding, expressing, sleep, growth and development. Having this information on hand will help you understand your baby’s rhythms. You can also take the journal to your doctor.
Take care of yourself
Life with a new baby can be wonderful. But there’s also more responsibility, less time for you and your partner, and more exhaustion than you ever imagined. That’s why looking after yourself is so important. By caring for yourself, you’ll put yourself in the best position to become the parent you want to be.
“Having a new baby can be very lonely and confusing. As a young mum I made new friends through my local community, mums’ group and online forums. I wanted this journal to feel like the best friend who supports you through those early days, and the challenges that motherhood brings. So I asked Aussie women with young babies to share their best tips, which you’ll find throughout the journal. “ Kasia Gospoś, Founder of Leaders in Heels
Positive thinking and celebrating little wins can help reduce stress and bring more joy. You will find a “My Little Wins” section on every daily page. Use this to congratulate yourself and practise positive self-talk. The more you do it, the more you will notice its benefit to your life.
Gratitude strengthens relationships, improves health, reduces stress, and generally makes us happier. And there is a lot of to be grateful for in those early days, even if it doesn’t feel like that in the moment. That’s why we’ve included a gratitude section on each daily page. If you actively choose to practice GRATITUDE, you’ll create great memories for the future, and also realise how far you’ve come.
Have a laugh
It can be hard at first, to learn to live with the challenges and chaos that a baby brings. This is normal, and it does get easier! So we’ve included some lighter moments in the journal to keep you grounded. There is nothing more freeing than having a little bit of laugh.
Lastly, on each daily page there’s some space for your own notes. Use it to track milestones, baby’s first experiences or any specific details you want to remember.
The story behind the journal
Baby Jordan is my first child, and he was so eager to come into the world that he was born a whole month earlier than I expected. As a first-time mum, I was already feeling overwhelmed, but to have a premmie baby who needed extra care and couldn’t suck on his own, I struggled a lot. Not only did I have to feed him every 2-3 hours like most babies, but I also had to express in between feeds. This went on for two whole months!
Back then, I tracked everything through a blank notebook, but I would have given anything to have a structured journal to record it all. So when I finally emerged from those months of sleepless haze, I decided to create one myself, for other new mums. I also experienced both the loneliness and the utter chaos of new parenthood, so I filled the journal with advice from other mums – I want it to feel like a good friend talking you through those tough times.
Jordan is a year old now, and the joy of my life. I’ve had so many precious moments with him, and I’m sure there’s many more to come!
“Babies grow so fast! Enjoy those little moments, as they will become memories sooner than you think. Kasia Gospoś, Founder of Leaders in Heels