8 pregnancy journals for mums-to-be

The best pregnancy journals for 2021 | Mum's Grapevine

The journey to motherhood is a life-changing one. Even without baby brain, nine months is a long time to remember all the thoughts and feelings we experience while being pregnant.

A pregnancy journal is the perfect tool to help mums-to-be document their pregnancy milestones so they can one day read and share it with their little love.

Whether your journal is like a beautiful blank canvas or filled with pre-baby checklists and prompts, the styles and options are endless.

8 special pregnancy journals for mums-to-be

To help you find a journal to record your pregnancy journey, we’ve compiled this list of our favourites to get you started in your search. In no particular order, here they are:

Belle & Grace

Belle and Grace Pregnancy Journal

Belle & Grace Pregnancy Journals (from $44.95)

A boutique pregnancy journal with a special spot for recording the parts of pregnancy you never want to forget. Covered in a beautiful linen, it includes pages for logging appointments, areas to store ultrasound pics and even space for your birthing plan.

Vanda Baby

Vanda Baby Expecting You pregnancy journal

Vanda Baby Pregnancy Journals (from $59.95)

A modern pregnancy journal that features shopping lists, pages for a birth plan, somewhere to write a letter to baby and so much more. It’s a stunning place to document the rollercoaster ride that is pregnancy.

Only Little

Only Little Pregnancy Journal

Only Little Pregnancy Journal ($27.50)

Small and oh-so-sweet, the pregnancy journal from Only Little follows simple weekly prompts “Dear Baby..” and “Dear Me…” to write notes, musings and words of wisdom to your bump and yourself, and learn how big baby is each week of your pregnancy.

She Said Yes

She Said Yes Pregnancy Journal

Made With Love Pregnancy Journal ($65)

Made with a whole lotta love, thought and care, the stunning pregnancy journal designed by Megan of She Said Yes covers every aspect of pregnancy, from pre-conception checklists and fertility health through to the fourth trimester and bringing baby home.

Chasing Planner Peace

Chasing Planner Peace Pregnancy Journal

Chasing Planner Peace Pregnancy Planner Bundle ($79.90)

With over 120 pages, this A5 insert bundle has everything new mums need to plan and prepare for baby’s arrival. There’s a place to note your daily hydration, vitamin intake, exercise, as well as individual checklists for important purchases. Handy!

Truly Amor

Truly Amor Bebe Book pregnancy journal

Truly Amor Bebé Baby Book ($54.95)

A luxury journal designed to capture all the precious moments from birth to adulthood. From baby photos and a page of ‘firsts’ to the cute and silly things kiddos say, there’s a page for every part of life. Available in gender-neutral colours, including amber, mocha and ivory.

Busy B

Busy B Pregnancy Journal

Busy B Pregnancy Journal ($21.99)

A contemporary faux-leather pregnancy journal with a special spot for everything. Use the handy internal pocket for storing your precious ultrasound pics, and the designated sections for keeping your daily dairy, baby planning and birth notes organised.


Moleskin Passion Baby Journal

Moleskin Baby Journal ($43.43)

The Baby Journal from Moleskin is divided into six sections: 9 Months to Go, B-Day, Special Moments, Health & Care, Notes and Addresses. The simple format helps give mum a sense of organisation and calm from pregnancy to bub’s second birthday.

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8 pregnancy journals for expecting mums | Mum's Grapevine

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Continue your search for the best pregnancy journal

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