Maryland mom Dani Leigh Giannandrea is credited with starting this method, but Shay Mitchell recently popularized it with a photo of baby daughter Atlas shared on her Instagram. Each slice represents a month -- mama mia!
An easy way to incorporate a message with your baby's monthly check-in, grab a letterboard from your local craft store and get cheeky with it.
Having some toy blocks spell out the age, in months, of your baby can be a cute way to get them into it! Kids playing with blocks is adorable, you can't get past that.
Easy-peasy. Find some iron-on numbers and plain white onesies (obviously, they'll get bigger as you go!) and make customized outfits for your little one. Make them laugh and snap a photo!
This baby blanket just hit shelves (given the recent announcement of a "Friends" reunion special, it makes sense), so now everyone from the parents that watched "Friends" when it was originally airing to the parents who caught up on Netflix decades later can get a kick out of it.
Very Chrissy Teigen-esque, write out some milestones about your growing child in fun colors and script. On their first birthday, you'll be able to remember all the cute and quirky things about them to share with everyone.
One balloon per month! If they start being lifted away by the helium, you've been doing it too long.