Calling All Procrastinating Parents.
By Maria Pilar Clark
I'm an overachiever in many ways, always motivated and driven, but somehow that all shrinks away into slacker territory when it comes to baby books.
Oh, don't get me wrong, baby No. 1 has one, but it's not quite filled out yet (he's close to turning three). Baby No. 2, who will be here in another month or so has one too, but I haven't even cracked the spine. Not a page has been disturbed.
If you're anything like me, thinking that those baby books packaged neatly in baby boxes won't get finished before those diaper-clad cuties turn into grad-school smarties, then Little Chapters is for you.
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