Gadanke It’s My Birthday Journal Giveaway

My middle son turns five this month so birthday celebrations are on my mind. When to celebrate with family. What to do about a birthday cake. What gift to choose for a five year old that really doesn’t need a thing. What traktatie to take to school. If and where to have a kids’ party for him.

I just need to breathe and remember it always comes good. The birthday memories when we look back are something we cherish. A child’s birthday provides moments that need to be captured: the excitement, the looks of joy, the feeling of being extra special for a day.

Those moments deserve to go in a time capsule. They deserve to be treasured in a Gadanke It’s My Birthday journal. And for one lucky reader there’s an It’s My Birthday Journal with your child’s name on it – I have one to giveaway!

As with every Gadanke journal there are so many great things about this children’s birthday journal.

It's My Birthday Journal

  • You can record birthday traditions and details, collect together photographs, birthday invitations and cards.
  • You can record moments with the help of questions and lists.
  • You can add every year to the birthday journal as it comes with a PDF file with 12 pages chock full of 73 writing prompts.
  • It comes with a series of private video courses (30 mins) with inspiration and tutorials for you and your child.
  • There’s an embellishment kit with the journal so your child can decorate pages to their heart’s content.
  • You can write a yearly letter to your child, a powerful tool and a beautiful keepsake for your child.
  • It’s available in three different designs.
  • If your child is too young to write in the journal then you can already start the annual tradition for them.

Gadanke It's My Birthday Journal

Just think what a wonderful keepsake this journal would end up being – something for your children to show their own children way way in the future!

Red It's My Birthday JournalSo how can you win one? Easy, leave a comment below sharing your number one tip for organising a birthday celebration for your child and then use the *Rafflecopter link directly hereunder* to enter the giveaway. The winner will be announced on Tuesday 21 April. The giveaway is open to entrants worldwide!

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Right, I’m off to order three of these for my sons  (I’m pretty sure it’s not ethical to enter your own giveaway is it?) Good luck!


About Amanda van Mulligen

Mother, writer, author, blogger. Born British, Living Dutch. I have three Dutch sons and a Dutch husband and I blog about Turning Dutch and raising highly sensitive children.
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26 Responses to Gadanke It’s My Birthday Journal Giveaway

  1. Have lots of games planned but be flexible. My son’s birthday is mid June and we’ve always been lucky enough to have a poolparty in the garden with around 12 kids. One year he invited 19 and we thought that most would be away but they weren’t and they all came. It was too much. Wine/beer for parents definitely a good idea! The game “dead lions” is brilliant. They all love lying down and being as stil as possible. It always amazes me how much kids love it!


  2. Have Fun! It’s my number one rule when organising my kids’ birthday party! The preparation should be stress free and fun!


  3. Kimberly says:

    make it special day… Even bf party… Balloons at door , special plate to eat off all day!! Little things make tradition & memories exciting for kids!!!


  4. I asked my eldest son what he wanted for his birthday and choose the best 3 and they all had a blast. We had 34 kids ages 6-7 yrs old running, screaming and having fun.


  5. remember it’s not all about the presents! My best birthday memories are doing simple things like going out for dinner with my family and close ones and juts having a nice time.

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  6. zenmamalove says:

    For a successful, not overwhelming party, invite as many kids as your child’s age. Keep it simple. And have wine for the adults 😉

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  7. Keep it simple! It’s easy to go overboard because we want to do so much for the child, but it’s better to throw all your energy into doing a few things well and with lots of joy – they will notice!


  8. Brittany Wilson says:

    I believe planning a Birthday should be all about the child and all the things he enjoys no matter what!!

    Liked by 1 person

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