Don’t let your Elderly parents memories become lost forever – capture them now by giving them these books, full of wonderful questions about everything from their wedding day to their favorite childhood stories.
It is an ideal present for a ‘new’ grandparent or ‘experienced’ grandparent.
It consists of hundreds of thought-provoking questions and plenty of space for recording all those unique memories and attaching photographs or other mementos.
You’ll be amazed how many happy hours they will have recalling the answers to the questions. And once completed of course, it makes a perfect gift to be given to a precious grandchild – or to be kept as a family heirloom.
Typical questions include:
When/where were you born? · Who were you named after? · Did you have a nickname? Do you know why? · How old were your parents when you were born? · Describe the best birthday you can remember? did you have any regular family rituals? · What was your favourite toy? · What was the naughtiest thing you did growing up? · How much pocket money did you get? · Who was your best friend? · What was the first record you ever bought? · What has changed the most since you were a child? The value of these completed books is priceless – a unique record of family life for future generations to treasure.
Opinion of people who bought it
- I ordered the Grandmother’s Memories book for my Grandma and she was really pleased with it. My father-in-law has lots of stories about the old days, so I imagine he will be just as pleased. It is a brilliant idea.
- These books I now own are amongst the most precious things in my home …… and always will be. Having their stories, in their own handwriting and scattered with old photographs, really is priceless and I will forever be grateful that they took the time to complete them for me.
Helpful prompts and questions enable grandfathers to pass wisdom and family heritage on to their grandchildren. Photo journal pages allow the inclusion of special photographs. A great way for families to pass the legacy from generation to generation.
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From “YOU TO ME” website