There are tons of pregnancy and baby journals out there, but the new Parenthood Listography: My Kid in Lists ($17) is a fun, easy version that won't leave mom feeling guilty if she forgets to fill it out along the way. Rather than prompting parents to record every kick and Braxton Hicks contraction they feel, Lisa Nola's book is a collection of lists that, when read together, tell a story about baby. From pregnancy through childhood, parents share the baby names they considered, personality traits parents hope their kids inherit, favorite movies, and more. Covering such a long time frame, the 60 included lists are sure to give parents plenty to think about in years to come.
Parenthood Listography: My Kid in Lists