Rebecca Delight is a wife, mother, and editorial coordinator for TodaysMama. She received a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing Communications from Brigham Young University. Her previous work includes being a marketing & promotions producer for KSL 5 TV. In her free time, Rebecca loves bargain shopping, cooking and traveling with her family. She is a proud mom to her spunky toddler, Abigail, and new baby boy, Jackson.

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Posts of Note: Documenting Family History

Now is your chance to document your family history… to remember the events, people, places and thoughts from each year. Keeping a hold of those cherished memories is a wonderful gift to yourself and your family. We’ve gathered a few Posts of Note to help you get started. The future generations of your family will love you for it!

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Christmas Memories

When Val Gal Sits Down


Family History Fun

Emily Falconbridge


Mini-Albums

Live.Life.Create.Art

When you or your children have significant events happen, create a mini-album to remember it! A shelf of mini-albums would be a fabulous documentation of your most memorable times…


Circle Journals

Emily Falconbridge

What a great idea to do with friends or family… memories from college, childhood clubhouses, newlywed times or elementary school.


Memory Quilt

Make and Takes


Tell Your Story

Ali Edwards

In the words of Ali Edwards, “Just write…”

How to Preserve Old Scrapbooks

Scrapped Out and Busted

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  2. Aditi Worcester 03/19/2010 at 11:38 pm

    What a wonderful resource your blog is in getting people to think about creative ways to document their life stories! I am a video biographer and one of the things I'm always trying to achieve is to inform people how easy it can be to share one's history without it getting boring. There are so many times when one of us is on the lookout for that perfect gift for that special occasion – and in my experience, there has been nothing more personal than receiving memories, either on video, on a tape, in the pages of a book or stitched into a quilt!

    Aditi Worcester
    http://www.SaveTheirStory.blogspot.com

  3. Aditi Worcester 03/19/2010 at 5:38 pm

    What a wonderful resource your blog is in getting people to think about creative ways to document their life stories! I am a video biographer and one of the things I'm always trying to achieve is to inform people how easy it can be to share one's history without it getting boring. There are so many times when one of us is on the lookout for that perfect gift for that special occasion – and in my experience, there has been nothing more personal than receiving memories, either on video, on a tape, in the pages of a book or stitched into a quilt!

    Aditi Worcester
    http://www.SaveTheirStory.blogspot.com