Create an online memory jar (folder/album).
Fill it with congratulations wishes and memories.
Invite other people to post wishes.
Gift physical products customized with the wishes.
Ada and Veer are about to have a baby, so their coworkers and friends want to congratulate them in style. They decide to set up a memory jar for Ada and Veer, and share the jar link with all of Ada and Veer’s friends, family members, and other coworkers. After everyone posts their congratulations wishes, they show the memory jar link to Ada and Veer, who are entirely overwhelmed by it. They save the link to show “Baby Jaan” when they are old enough, and get themselves a physical memory jar with all the wishes from everyone they love around the world :)View Sample Pregnancy Jar
Pregnant? Or know someone who is? Well, then a grand adventure is about to begin. While pregnancy is undoubtedly an experience that changes so much forever - mentally, physically, emotionally - it is also a profound experience of inviting a younger generation into our shared history. Our blood, genes, and diets, yes, but also our culture and sense of humor and quirks. Naturally, many people want to document this extraordinary time in their lives. And trust me, we’ve heard of it all.
Memory jars started by friends and family where all of them posted welcome notes for the baby throughout the pregnancy. Memory jars started by the expectant parents where they privately documented every craving, body change, sonogram, and feeling during the pregnancy. And my favorite type of jar? The ones started by family to document the baby’s entire life, right from finding out about the pregnancy. These memory jars can be given to the babies when they turn 18, so they can look at their entire lives through the eyes of people who love them the most.