The Story of You

 

I wish this app had existed three years ago when I was getting ready to have my daughter. It definitely would have made chronicling everything that was going on in our lives at that time so much easier and I would have been able to keep track of everything as it was happening. The Story Of You is a digital baby book for the iPad that is so easy to use, even a sleep-deprived new parent can handle it. This memory book is broken down into sections to make it easy to compile everything that you want to remember and share about this special time. There is a section about family, allowing Mom and Dad to be able to share information about themselves with their little one. Pregnancy information, information about the birth, and facts about your child’s first day at home are all featured in their own sections. There are also sections to record your little one’s growth, all of their first moments, and their favorite things. I really like that there is a section where you can make note of what is happening in the world and how much things cost at the time of your child’s birth. Once completed, your child’s book will feature a remarkable amount of fascinating information for your child to look back at when they are older.

Not only does The Story Of You make it simple to include everything you want to about the birth of your child, but it does so in a beautiful display. Incorporating your own digital photos and videos into your child’s story makes it a truly unique and special book. You are also able to customize your book with three background color options: blue, pink, or green. With The Story Of You, all of the special thoughts and memories you have of your child will be displayed in an elegant interactive book that can be saved forever.

Price: $5.99 (Promotional Launch Price)

See the app in iTunes

Requirements: Compatible with iPad. Requires iOS 4.2 or later.

Seller: MK-Ultra, Inc.

Disclosure: I received a free copy of this app for review purposes.

  

 

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