It is unbelievable to me how fast children change and grow.  One minute they are a squirming little mass of blankets, the next they are crawling around pulling stuff out of everywhere. So many milestone moments happen and we want to document them all. Are you looking for an easy way to do just that? A while back we featured BabyBook on Ten for Tuesday and this week I’m very pleased to let you know CanDoBaby is highlighting their memory making app with a BabyBook giveaway.


It couldn’t be simpler.

A word from the Developer:

BabyBook gives you a fun guide to countless milestones you can track and record as your child grows, an easy way to pair these moments with photos, and best of all, the ability to create a beautiful keepsake — a professionally printed, hardcover baby book. …All without putting down your iPhone! First choose from 100s of our customizable, intuitively organized milestones. Or create your own. Then add up to four photos for each Milestone. Drop the ‘Milestones’ you just made into a book. And voila! Hit publish and wait by your mailbox.

Our hardcover, press-printed books are unmatched in print quality and craftsmanship. With a clean, modern design, each BabyBook showcases a cover photo of your choice, includes 30 milestone filled pages, and boasts a bright accent color on back for only $25 (+ shipping/tax.) Save the rest of your money for diapers. And don’t worry… no need to limit your favorites. You can build books up to 70 pages at just 50¢ for each extra page!

Requirements: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.  Price: $ Free ~ See BabyBook  in the App Store 


BabyBook is  an easy vehicle to pair these milestone moments with photos, and a quick way to share these events with family and friends. Best of all, it easily creates time honored keepsakes — beautiful professionally printed hardcover baby books. …All from the one thing that’s always as close as your child… your iPhone!

For more information about CanDoBaby visit their site, ‘Like’ them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter!

**Note** The free app version covers early milestones and minimally priced in app purchase allow you to document even more.

**The Giveaway** This week the folks at CanDoBaby have generously offered to sponsor a giveaway for one (1) CanDoBaby BabyBook gift card redeemable for one 30 page baby book, valued at $25.

Enter the contests using the Rafflecopter displayed at the end of the post. If you’re having trouble displaying them, make sure Javascript is enabled or refresh your page. New user for Rafflecopter? Check out this vimoe for a quick and easy tutorial.

Contest will close Monday, August 4, 2014.  Good Luck!!

The contest rules**

Enter using any of the choices available for entry. Any of the options are acceptable, and entries per person are limited to the number indicated in the contest form. Entries will be reviewed and duplicate entries will be removed.

Contest is open to all residents of the 50 States and the District of Columbia, and only to those 18 or older! We really wish we didn’t have to exclude anyone but, well, the lawyers want to make sure that we follow silly contest laws. Blame them!

Winners will be chosen randomly. One grand prize winner will receive one (1) CanDoBaby BabyBook gift card redeemable for one 30 page baby book, valued at $25.

If you are chosen, you will be notified by email. Winners must respond within three days of being contacted. If you do not respond within that period, another winner will be chosen.

This unit is purely for promotional giveaway. We are not held liable to honor warranties or customer service.

The full list of rules can be found here.

Official contest closes Monday, August 4, 2014 at 12:01 AM EST

**Enter to win in the Rafflecopter below!**

Disclosure: I have not personally tried this product. The description comes from the developer with some minor editing (and perhaps commentary) by myself. 
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About The Author


When is come to the gadgets, gizmos and whats-its of the modern world, her three kids keep her up to speed. Whether its watching yet another iTunes card go up in smoke while music downloads at the speed of sound, teenage blogging, term paper research or the youngest studying spelling and math facts, she tries to ignore how many hours are logged on the hand held devices in her home. All that being said, the growth and learning the gizmos provide never cease to amaze her.

2 Responses

  1. Anne N.

    I wished I had more time to make a memory book, so right now I’m a phone picture hoarder.

  2. Christie

    At the present time, I am definitely a phone picture hoarder! =P


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