About the Book
This engaging prompt journal is for the mother and son who crave a rule-free, creative way to connect with each other.
A simple way to stay connected!
This must-have shared mother-son journal is fun, creative, and easy to use! With thoughtful prompts, coloring pages, challenges, and free creative space, this is the perfect love-filled gift!
With this engaging guided journal, together you and your child will:
- Answer Thought Provoking Questions: What are your thoughts on kindness? What would we do if we had the whole day together with no work of chores?
- Record Memories: One of my favorite traditions is; our favorite thing about the season is...
- Compare Perspectives: What were you like when you were my age? Do you ever feel pressured or uncomfortable about anything online?
Between Mom and Me is the perfect tool to build mother-son relationships. Kids can record memories, swap stories, compare perspectives, and explore common and unique interests with their moms! Interactive lists and letters back and forth invite both mom and son to reflect, write, and doodle about topics timely to their lives as kids, build self-confidence, and improve their penmanship. And while you're writing, drawing, and doodling, you'll be connecting with those you love in an all-new way. This is a very special journal meant to foster a lasting relationship between mother and son.
Also by Katie Clemons:
- Between Dad and Me - A Father and Son Journal
- Love, Mom and Me - A Mother and Daughter Journal
- Between Grandma and Me - A Grandmother and Grandson Journal
- We Are So Thankful - A Shared Gratitude Journal for Parents and Kids
- Time Capsule - A Guided Journal for Kids
"A great tool to get your son writing - and a wonderful way to bond" -- Amazon Reviewer
"Great opportunity to have something between mom and son" -- Amazon Reviewer
"I was having the most difficult time in my relationship with my oldest son... I found something that perfectly fits his love language: The Between Mom and Me - Mother Son Journal... After hugging me, he said: 'I always knew you loved me, but it makes me feel loved when I read all of that and know that you took time to write it, not just say it'" -- Amazon Reviewer
"It's up to you whether this counts as an organizational hack, but in my mind, organizing the emotional needs of my family is also something I need help with. So many years ago, I invested in getting each of my kids a corresponding mother-child journal. The idea is simple: anytime they have something they want to talk to me about that goes beyond our bedtime chats, they can write in the journal and leave it on my desk (and yes, I also bought a special basket just for the journals too!). I will write back to them and slip it under their pillow. They've been a great tool to connect and stay on top of which kid may need a little extra attention." -- People.com
"Most certainly lived up to both of our expectations. It's like passing notes with a friend at school. We're always thrilled to see what the other has to say" -- Amazon Reviewer
"My 10 year old son actually gets really excited when we write in this... It has fun, and also meaningful questions. Such a nice book!" -- Amazon Reviewer