Baby Memory Book Asks Parents to Document First-Year Milestones for Science

Baby Memory Book Asks Parents to Document First-Year Milestones for Science

The Human Infant Project is a book that helps more science-minded parents record their children's first big accomplishments

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 17 october 2014

Baby books are a genre that has more or less stayed the same for the last few decades: books covered in pastel blue or pink asking you to detail your baby’s first words and steps. But for those who are a little more science-minded, these books can prove to be a little inaccurate and oversimplified. For these parents, there’s a new baby book that can sate their experimental nature while still making memories with their newborns.

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