Introducing imemory boxes: Fantastic Competition to win your own.

Don’t you just love it when something new pops up that just makes life SO much easier? I always feel guilty I haven’t recorded my babies memoires properly first food first tooth, etc, first day at nursery. The little memory books I got bought seemed to stop at 1 or I could never find a pen or the photos were never printed off the computer…(please tell me you’re the same or I’ll have to hang my head in mummy shame!)

Well the imemory box has been developed to make this MEGA easy for us. You basically have a box online that contains 5 books filled with extremely easy to use templates where you can up loads top 10 lists, messages from friends, voice recording s of loved ones, pregnancy through to school memories.  Takes no time to do, can be added to all the time and is really stylish and FAB!

imemory box

Here are the five different books in your virtual box.

My Friends

You’ll write and receive messages from your friends and family here, give viewing access and manage who you want to share your happy memories with.

My Albums

This is where you’ll upload your most treasured pictures and audio messages and create albums to remember all of those special events

 My Diary

Create your pregnancy and parent story with your own diary. Make entries daily or whenever it suits, you can even back date and add your photographs to bring your entries to life. You have the option of making your entries in a standard or handwriting font

My Memories

Complete template pages, add your own categories, update your baby height and weight charts and start your family tree with images and text. A host of ideas to remember every detail whether big or small.

My Favourites

Like the song ‘I simply remember my favourite things’ well here’s where they go. Use the lists provided, create your ‘Top 10s’ and in years to come look back at how you and your child’s tastes and interests have changed. I just did my daughters top 10 toys and top 10 favourite people.

 I think this makes an unusual but so useful baby gift for a new  mum and I also think it’s a top way to treat yourself when you find out you are pregnant, very best of all (and this so suits my baby budgeting heart) you get to try to for 7 days free to  see if you like it.

However I bring you a little COMPETITION to help you win 1years a subscription to imemory boxes. (Worth £29.99)

 Good luck!


You could win:

New Classic Membership:  12 month ownership of your own imemory box

A lovely gift for yourself or a friend whether pregnant, have a new baby or even a toddler.

All you have to do is answer this question below: 

What is your favorite pregnancy memory?

Terms and conditions

  • Winner chose on  Sept 1st at 4 pm
  • Baby budgeting decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.



  1. August 20, 2010 / 7:28 am

    Fab prize!! My favourite pregnancy memory from my first was definitely sitting watching baby programmes on Discovery Home & Health whilst timing my first contractions in the middle of the night,such an exciting feeling knowing the baby was finally on Its way!

  2. wendy @kikicomp
    August 20, 2010 / 8:38 am

    My fav memory is lying in the bath watching the baby kicking away as she felt the water:)

  3. Claire Nelson
    August 20, 2010 / 9:09 am

    My favourite pregnancy memory was at our scan when our baby stuck its tongue out at us. We did not know what we were having but we knew at that moment it would be a cheeky so-and-so and now, 11 months after his birth, I am writing this comment and watching my son throw my printer paper everywhere whilst grinning at me! Thank you for running the competition.

  4. Pippa Miln
    August 20, 2010 / 9:56 am

    My favourite memory of pregnancy was waking up at 5am thinking was that a contraction? Then lying there for 2 hours timing them thinking are they aren’t they, shall I wake up my husband. And then realisation hitting and thinking yes this is really it, I’m going to have my baby 🙂 🙂 :0 :0 🙂

  5. Janette
    August 21, 2010 / 10:26 am

    Oh dear we are talking a long time ago here and had to rack my brains a bit (this would be a gift for my DIL who is having her first in November if I won not for me )

    Quite possibly the most outstanding memory I have is discovering I was expecting twins! I had been sick for weeks. Twins were unheard of and I didnt really “know” any twins (though I realise now I do remember some from school).

    I went for my scan round 17 weeks and the lady said “has your doctor said anything about you being on the big side?” I thought well I know I am not the smallest built sort of person but hey come on that is a bit much! So being polite I said “no why?” She asked me how twins grabbed me and I replied “why does it look like twins?” She said “IT IS twins!” I sort of laughed as I drove all the way home to phone to let my husband know….

    Needless to say she was right it was twins and I became a “different from the rest of the family person” LOL


  6. August 21, 2010 / 12:19 pm

    My absolute favourite memory of my most recent pregnancy was the moment during the early scan when the sonographer turned the monitor round to show me the heartbeat – having lost the previous three and being convinced I was losing that one too, to have the pregnancy confirmed was just incredible. I wept and wept.

  7. August 22, 2010 / 9:10 am

    Fabulous giveaway! My favorite pregnancy memory was finding out I was having a boy. I have a little girl who is three and I was absolutely convinced I was having another girl. We were happy about it, had already picked a name. But when we went in for the 20 weeks scan the doctor said, ‘Oh! It’s a boy.’ It’s a good thing I was laying down otherwise I’d have keeled over. My husband thought it was hilarious – I kept going on and on that I KNEW my body, I KNEW I was having another little curly-topped angel girl and lo – I was so wrong. We love our little man and were thrilled with the news.

  8. August 22, 2010 / 10:10 am

    My favourite pregnancy memory is, (apart from how wonderful my husband was and how it made me look at him in a totally new light,) thinking I was in labour the week before Caleb was born. My lovely husband rushed home from work and he made me a gorgeous dinner ( minor miracle in itself) and we sat and watched a football match with all the curtains closed while there were gales outside, with candles on. He had alchahol free wine for me and insisted I sit with my feet up while he stroked my hair. We timed the contractions together and when they got to 8 minutes apart phoned the hospital. They told me to phone back at 3 minutes apart. That didnt happen. They stopped at 5 minutes and then we watched a movie under the duvet and had a generally lovely evening together. We chatted about so much that night and how excited we were. It was my husbands first baby and he loved to chat away to his little boy and tell him how excited he was to meet him. Funny how we all go all mushy during pregnancy. xx

  9. August 22, 2010 / 12:01 pm

    Wow what a great idea. Yes I am the same never had time to write memories down,etc. My favourite pregancy memory was getting an early pregnancy scan and seeing the baby, that he was actually there. After so long trying I think I did about 40 tests and still didn’t believe it. x

  10. Hayley
    August 25, 2010 / 11:04 am

    For me its the memory of what it felt like to feel my lil guy kicking and moving around inside, and his hiccups. All those movements that only I could feel and that I could be greedy and keep to myself prior to having to share him with the world. xx

  11. Emma collins
    September 1, 2010 / 5:01 am

    My favourite pregnancy memory would be the day I find our I was pregnant.

    I has been working in China for two weeks, and after a few weeks of trying and (thankfully) being late on my period whilst working in China, I had a feeling that I could be pregnant..

    In the car journey home from the airport I had text hubby to tell him to make sure we had tea, bread, eggs…and a pregnancy test ready! As I pulled up at home and unpacked the car hubby was at the door waiting for me. I literally dumped my suitcase at his feet on the doorstep and ran upstairs to wee on the magic stick…I hadn’t even finished urinating on the test when the line told me I was pregnant. I called my husband to come upstairs and he appeared upstairs with the biggest smile on his face. He knew!

  12. Lauren Smith
    September 1, 2010 / 3:23 pm

    My favourite pregnancy moment, was when Scott (my other half) came home from work late one day, i was in a proper stress about it, but then he showed me why he was late and it was so sweet, he’d gone out and brought loads of baby clothes from Tesco’s, and as he was showing them to me he had a big goofy grin on his faceand was so excited, he was also handling the clothes so delicatly, like she was already in them, which I thought was adorable. 🙂

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