How to store the souvenirs of my baby? A question that all parents ask themselves
Baby's first memories are precious: his first pajamas, his newborn outfit with hat, gloves, booties, his first pacifier. Then come her first lock of hair, her first birthday candle, her first words, her first silly things too :) For some, it will also be the pregnancy test, the letter of agreement or the cord clip.
We are all different, our children each have their own story, but one thing is certain: we would not lose these treasures for the world! So for that we all need to find a suitable way to store and preserve baby's memories.
This is what led us to the creation of our small business in Lyon. Not finding a trunk large enough, decorative and sufficiently secure to collect and find the memories of our babies, we created the bébéothèque: the trunk designed to store childhood memories.
Then, we did not find a baby memory box where the names of the objects were not written down in advance: although being careful with the little treasures of our babies, one or more of them was always missing (sugared almonds, champagne ...) and we ended up having empty boxes. This is how the Le Petit Pousse souvenir locker was born: a compartmentalized box decorated with labels, so everyone can choose what they want to put inside.
The same goes for making a baby's photo album or later their class photo album: most birth books are pre-filled: you never have the right photo in the right format. We are asked to write on every page: sometimes the inspiration is lacking and other times we would like to write a lot more. It is with this experience of mothers that we designed our album: lightly illustrated pages, 3 sheets of stickers that show the highlights of childhood and the people around baby, and each one builds the story as he wants, with his photos, his words, his chronology.
As you will have understood, what matters to us is that each product we create can adapt to your story and that of your child. So, to store baby's memories, what matters is to have boxes and objects that are resistant (to be kept for a lifetime) and that will adapt to what matters to you.read less keyboard_arrow_up