Share Family Memories with Grandma's Collection Books
Honor your child’s grandmother on National Grandparent’s Day, Sept. 13, by letting her know how much family matters.
Memorialize the first smile, the first hug, cute sayings, things you do together, the holidays and how your grandchild has changed your life in the pages of Grandma's Collection.
Part of being a grandmother is earning the right to reminisce and share life stories with the grandkids. Honor your child’s grandmother on National Grandparent’s Day, Sept. 13, by letting her know how much family matters with Grandma’s Collection. Created by former Charlotte resident Karen Horsted, the hardback memory books are a place for grandmothers to share family memories and heritage.
With loving poems and straightforward fill-in-the-blanks for specific family-tree information, the memory-book collection serves as a great place to keep moments shared by grandmothers and their grandchildren. The books also offer a place for a grandmother to tell about herself as a child and teenager; her education and career information; where, how, and when she met her husband; details of their engagement, wedding, the first year of marriage and when they had their children. Pages are also included for her to write about Mom or Dad’s firsts, as well as paste a picture or two. And it’s a great place to record favorite family recipes and traditions.
Grandma's Collection is four books: “With Love From Grandma,” “You and Grandma,” “Your First Years of Life” and “All About My Grandchild." Each 80-page books costs $19.99. Learn more about the books at momscollections.com.