940 Saturdays

Family Activities & a Keepsake Journal

by Harley A. Rotbart, MD

There are 940 Saturdays between a child’s birth and the day he or she turns 18.

That may sound like a lot when there are adventures to plan and hours to fill. But as your child learns to walk, ride a bicycle, and drive, the years pass quickly. This beautiful package includes both a removable booklet with a thousand ideas for family activities that you and your child will love at every age, and a keepsake journal for preserving what you saw and did, thought and felt, so you can savor these memories in the years to come.


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"940 Saturdays" Harley A. Rotbart, MD

Tanya Adams

1 Star

The title of this book says "Family Activities & a Keepsake Journal" under "940 Saturdays". So it sounds like family activities come first and there are a lot of them. When I opened the book I was dismayed. It was completely empty. This…

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940 Saturdays

Elizabeth Flesher

4 Stars

940 Saturdays by Harley A. Rotbart, MD is  totally different than I thought it would be!  The premise is that there are 940 Saturdays between a child's birth and the day they turn eighteen. This…

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940 Saturdays

Cheryl Adkisson

5 Stars

When my children were born, I had the highest expectations of journaling their lives. Needless to say, life got busy and that just didn't happen. Even the most important moments of their lives are limited to memory and sometimes photos. …

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Good Concept but Overwhelming

Kristen Whirrett

3 Stars

Did you know there are 940 Saturdays between a child's birth and the day he or she turns eighteen? On one hand, that sounds like a lot of time. On the other hand, I know those days (and years) will fly by. The past 5 months with Nathan…

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Review: 940 Saturdays: Family Activities and a Keepsake Journal

Stefanie Kamerman

5 Stars

If you are like me, I hit up Target maybe once a week with no agenda other than to frolic around in retail awesomeness. One of my favorite isles is the journal and pen isle. I could spend hours studying various writing utensils and…

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