Q&A a Day for Kids: A Three-Year Journal

January 8, 2019 - Comment

This journal is the perfect family keepsake. A place for parents and children to share the evolution of thoughts, feelings, and dreams over the years. Or a journal for kids who want to keep a time capsule of their own ideas about the world – whimsicial or serious.  Children’s author Betsy Franco poses a question each day

This journal is the perfect family keepsake.

A place for parents and children to share the evolution of thoughts, feelings, and dreams over the years. Or a journal for kids who want to keep a time capsule of their own ideas about the world – whimsicial or serious. 

Children’s author Betsy Franco poses a question each day with only a few lines provided for a response, making this journal the ultimate no-fuss record keeper. Simply turn to today’s date and record your child’s answer. When you finish the year, move on to the next section. The diary can be started on any day of the year and makes a terrific keepsake or gift for parents.

As the years go by you’ll notice how your child’s answers evolve, sometimes silly, sometimes precocious, but always interesting.

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Anonymous says:

Is your child doing okay? What’s going on with her? We’re just shy of finishing our second year writing, so I’ve been able to see last year’s as I’ve filled out this year. My daughter is now 7, and I think starting it when I did was great. We read the questions during the bedtime routine. A few gems:What do you hope for?6 years old: I hope to be rich7 years old: I hope to be happy tomorrow, and not a grumpWhat have you done lately that you’re proud of?6 years old: Went on an expedition all by myself…

Anonymous says:

Great for adults!! I bought this for myself without knowing it was actually a journal for kids. Well, I’m 31 y.o. and I love it! I love it so much more that the actual ‘adult’ version. Just compare the questions from the “adult” one: “Do you owe money to someone? Does someone owe to you?” Urgh, thanks, no. Now this one: “What would you like more free time for? If you buried a treasure chest what would be in it?” Yay!The format is comfortable, it’s soft to the touch and the questions are fun and…

Anonymous says:

I love it… I use this to ask my three children the question of the day each night (I forget some nights), My eldest boy is a 19 yr old U.S. Marine, my second son is a high school senior and my daughter is 8 years old. My Marine actually looks forward to the questions and asks me when I forget. Their answers are hilarious.

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