The Story of ME

Often imitated, never duplicated!  The Story of ME is the only truly customizable child memory album.  

The Story of ME features 64 completely rearrangeable and discardable pages which capture important, fun and memorable experiences in a child's life.  Pages include pregnancy & delivery, family members & memories, birthdays through 18, school through grade 12 and more!  Don't miss out on our many personalization kits to enhance your child's baby memory book to create the story that matches the uniqueness of your family.

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Choosing The Story of ME that's Right for You

Because every family's taste, needs and price range are unique, we're providing a variety of binder options to preserve your The Story of ME baby keepsake album.



One-Of-A-Kind Fabric Covered Binders

3-ring binders created using one of our stock fabrics.  Unlimited cover frame & embroidery options available.


One-Of-A-Kind Fabric Covered Binders

The most truly personalized 3-ring binders created using your fabric.  Unlimited cover frame & embroidery options available.



Post-Bound 8-1/2" x 11" Scrapbooks

Several styles available to suit your needs.



Zazzle Binder Design

Your personalized image and text screen printed on a vinyl binder.

  
See Other Families' Creations

We encourage and enjoy seeing the pride other families take in creating their child's personalized story.  Look for inspiration or fun.  Engage on ideas people have used to make keeping up with The Story of ME as simple as possible.

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Tessa’s Story

by Brea Berman-Black | April 1, 2016 |
Tessa's Story Tessa's story began in 2006 when her grandmother presented this book to mom. 1 2 3 Biggest Challenge(s):   Favorite Page(s):  
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Kyle’s Story – 08/19/2000

by Brea Berman-Black | March 18, 2016 |
Kyle's Story - 08/19/2000 This was the first version of The Story of ME printed in November 2001.  Using my son Kyle as the guinea pig was so much fun!  This early version had oversized pages and bold, unexpected graphics.  The "hanging baby" was my most favorite part and the "Universe of Inclusion" was vital
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