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Just a Minute: Momento Press

My daughter will be four next month and I'm embarrassed to say that she still doesn't have a baby book, though she does have a younger brother. Which means I'm now two books behind!

Aside from juggling work, kids and everything else — I don't have the patience at this point to sit down and scrapbook even though crafty friends and relatives started stunning books for both my children. I'd like to put the same care and effort into finishing the books once my kids are in college.

But in the meantime, I need to tackle this task and the stacks of darling photographs and CDs that are spilling out of the closet. Momento Press creates stunning flip and coffee table books for upwards of $30. Located in San Francisco, the business serves the entire United States.

All a busy mom has to do is scan her pictures or download the CDs and type the captions. Momento Press takes care of the rest and ships the finished work to your door. Since the company buys me time and rids me of guilt, I think it's well worth the average $100 price for a large decorative display piece.

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Rally-RE Rally-RE 8 years
Your poor kids! Pay the $100.00 and get their baby books done. It's worth it.... I've known a few people who went into their adult lives with issues surrounding not having a baby book. Beleive me, not to listen to their whining is worth $100.00!
macgirl macgirl 8 years
I just looked at the picaboo.com, that looks great. It looked so good I thought for sure it would be Mac compatible.. not so, but it's about time they make good looking stuff for PC people ;-)
macgirl macgirl 8 years
I use kodakgallery.com every year to do hard cover books, calendars and occasionally mugs or ornaments. I've also done iPhoto books as well. They are always a HUGE hit for gifts at christmas time. I also love stumbling across them once in awhile and reminiscing :-)
SugarKat SugarKat 8 years
I did the little books on kodakgallery.com and they turned out great and they were only $10 a piece. You're not getting the hard cover, but I gave these out to my cousins FROM my daughter and they were a huge hit!
blondelawyer blondelawyer 8 years
I've also had great success with picaboo.com. It may take a little longer because you get to design the layout yourself, but it is cheaper, and I like designing them. I have done hard and soft back books from them, and I've never been disappointed. I've also used mypublisher.com, but I like the more unique pages and backgrounds that picaboo offers.
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