Is there anything sweeter than those little tiny hands as they grasp your finger? Baby hands are certainly special - but so are the hands of your three year-old who cautiously clasps your hand to find the confidence she needs to cross the street.
As parents, we know all-too-well that the little hands that once held ours, that reached out so lovingly for us, and sure, that also made zillions of handprints around the house, will soon be adult-size. And while this is not a "new" product to me, it's certainly one of my favorites.
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Since the birth of my first, I've been using Jenny Bertelsen of Handfuls Handprints to help me preserve the memory of my little girls' hands. And so, as Father's Day is approaching, I thought I'd mention this product ... for I'll be getting my husband a NEW version of "Daddy's Girls" (we had our third daughter 7 months ago). (btw, the print pictured is not mine!)
The handprints are clean, classy, and great quality - much better than the DIY versions. And the options are endless. I even had a pawprint made of my dog 3 years ago which is so incredibly special to me now that he has passed on.
Jenny does the handprints at various boutiques around town, she does them for playgroups or other groups and can also work by appointment. See numerous prints by visiting her website at www.handfulshandprints.com .