© 2009-12 from you to me ltd
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The journals are hard-backed, case bound with a ribbon book-mark, size 143mm x 206mm x 15mm with 128 pages made from FSC certified paper from well managed forests.
If you would prefer to give one Journal to both parents – we can now offer you the solution. Choose either version depending on which tree you prefer.
Have you ever wondered what your parents were like when they were children?
What was it like to be young back then . . . and what are the biggest changes they have seen in their lifetime?
Intrigued about what they enjoyed or even how they met?
Interested in discovering fascinating facts about your ancestors?
What about you and your relationship with them . . .
Dear Mum & Dad contains around 60 inspiring questions carefully designed to help your parents reflect on and record their own life and experiences . . . their joint answers will give you a story to treasure and pass down the generations.
This Journal is printed especially for you and will be shipped to you on the 10th working day from the UK.
Here are some examples of the inspiring questions taken from this gift journal:
Tell me about the time and place you were born . . .
What were your favourite childhood toys or games?
What would you do for a night out when you were dating?
Tell me about a special piece of music that you had ‘just for you’ . . .
Before I was born, what other names had you thought of calling me?
What was the first word or words you remember me saying?
What are the happiest or greatest memories of your life?
What are a few of your favourite things?
If you were an animal . . . what type of animal would you be, and why?
Describe something you still want to achieve in your life . . .
Tell me about the things that have made you happy or laugh . . .
Given your experiences, what piece of advice would you like to offer me?
life matters … pass it on