Capture Every Single Day of Your Pregnancy So much happens during the 40ish weeks you are pregnant, don't miss a single thing. Record one line a day during your pregnancy and keep this journal forever. Here's What's Inside The One Line Warm-Up with 6 prompts to get you started on your one line a day journey 44 weeks of one line a day writing space (divided by weeks) Room for pictures, notes, milestones & appointments on each weekly spread Use it Along With Your Favorite Pregancy Books: (here are some of our favorites that pair perfectly with a one line a day journal) What to Expect When You're Expecting We're Pregnant! Pregnancy Day by Day Dude, You're Going to be a Dad Makes a Unique Gift for: friend co-worker sister teacher daughter daughter-in-law niece cousin anyone expecting a baby! The Details Size: 6x9 Paper: White w/black ink Cover: Softcover, matte finish
Author: Chevelta A. Smith
Release Date: 2018-04-15
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
Did you ever think that the process needed to birth your purpose would be exactly the same pregnancy process needed to birth human life? Well it is! And just like natural pregnancy, the journey to delivering your purpose can be exciting and wonderful, yet scary and uncomfortable. Without a doubt, every pregnancy is memorable--even the ones that end with the birth of your dreams, goals, and purpose. Like normal pregnancy which last about 40ish weeks (give or take a few), there are many moments and feelings to capture and remember. This Can I Push? Journal, like many pregnancy journals, is a keepsake for you to write down the wonderful things you experience--internally and externally--as you prepare to deliver the greatness inside of you. It will also guide you through an amazing voyage to self-exploration and discovery as you continue this unique journey to its end. This journal is a companion to the Can I Push? Understanding the Process to Delivering Your Purpose book.
In this Spanish edition of Junior Library Guild selection I Didn't Do My Homework Because . . . homework (or the lack thereof) is the inspiration for a laugh-out-loud look at the not-so-true stories that ensue when an assignment is left undone: giant lizards invaded the neighborhood; gremlins hid all the pens; the dog was swallowed up by another dog and the afternoon was spent at the vet. And then there was that problem with carnivorous plants. . . . The excuses go on and on, each more absurd than the next. With detail-rich illustrations and a delightfully wry text, this favorite by Davide Cali and Benjamin Chaud is guaranteed to amuse kids and their parents, not to mention anyone (and isn't that everyone?) who has experienced a slacker student moment.