Eighteen years is the span of a childhood yet it goes in a flash and all those vivid moments fade into vague stories – was it Henry who had chickenpox or Cooper? Was it Grace who had a tetanus shot when she trod on that rusty nail at the park?
The Life + Notes journal is a baby record book that helps you stay organised and keep note of immunisations, illnesses, growth and developmental milestones. There’s also space to record proud moments and love letters to your child on every birthday.
From birth to leaving home, with the Life + Notes journal, your child’s health information will be in safe hands – your hands.
We hope you love our Care + Notes journals as much as we do.
We value others so 10% of The Grace Files profits goes towards supporting worthy causes. A special blog will be posted each quarter highlighting who we have supported. We love to give back.
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Buying a gift for cancer patients or someone who has been diagnosed with a serious illness is a wonderful way to show you care, but there are plenty of other things you can do to show that you are thinking of them throughout their treatment.
Keep in touch:
Many people visit and show support when someone first announces an illness, but as the day-to-day business of life goes on, the number of well wishers often dwindle even though the illness is still there.
Simply sending a ‘thinking of you’ card, a supportive text message or dropping by for a cup of tea can be enough to get someone through another round of treatment or another day of pain.
Offer concrete help:
Offer to help with small things such as a little tidying, taking a dog for a walk or picking a child up from school. Be specific about the offer. Many people will be too polite to follow up with a request if you simply say, ‘let me know if you need any help’.
Recreate precious moments:
If someone is bed ridden or unable to travel far due to intensive treatments, they may be missing favourite movies, beauty spots or shared outings. Think about how you can re-create those moments by their bedside or near their home using mementos or video.