I would earnestly exhort all young mothers to keep a journal in which the gradual progress and unfolding of their children’s minds may be noted down. Even if they have no general views in so doing, they will derive much benefit from it; their ideas will become more collected, their plans more determined, and they will acquire a habit of thoroughly examining and endeavoring to understand whatever occurs to excite their attention.
Parent’s Review article, contributed by Miss Beale
As we cannot describe a child without relating his history, such a journal would be enlivened by the little incidents of each day, and the joys and sorrows peculiar to his age; nor would it be long before the task of keeping it would become to the mother the most interesting of employments.
- Charlotte Mason
This journal consists of 52 pages of lined paper and fits perfectly in the Juniper Journal. (8.25 x 5.5)