Don't forget these special moments.

Record stories about your children to remember, share, and cherish.

We email you weekly questions designed to draw out unique memories. Save your child’s stories in a digital storybook. Printed books available!

How It Works

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We send weekly questions about your child or children.

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You answer by replying to our email and attaching photos.

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We email them to you and your family and friends each week.

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Share with family in digital or print form!

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“My kids love reading stories about themselves when they were younger! I knew aunts, uncles, and grandparents would love following along with the stories each week, but I didn't even think about how much it would mean to my 3-year-old and 5-year-old.

They will cherish these memories for the rest of their lives."
~ Deepika P.
Mom and Customer
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TellaBee Magic

The Magic of TellaBee

We ask questions you would never think to journal about – but that every parent wants to never forget! Loved ones can be part of the magical little moments, even from miles away.
“What word(s) does your child mispronounce and how?”
“Who is your little one’s favorite imaginary friend?”

What Our Customers Are Saying

“Grandparents, aunts, and uncles love getting fun weekly stories about our 2 kids! Great for families who live far apart.”
Steave K
~ Stacy M.,
Mom and Custom
“I gave this as a gift to my son for his first child. Now he can remember these special moments for the rest of his life.”
Michelle J
~ Michele J.,
Grandmother
“I am so happy our daughter will have these books for the rest of her life, and can read the stories to her kids someday!”
~ Jessica L.,
Mother

Customize Your Questions

We provide recommended questions based on your child’s age. You and your family can customize the questions to capture your unique child’s experience each week!
Customize Your Question

Print Keepsake Books on Demand

You can order a printed book of all your child’s stories at any time from your account. Makes a great gift for grandparents and other loved ones!

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Tell us about when your kiddo learned how to swim.

kiddo learned how to swimQuinn was just 18 months old when we first started teaching her to swim. I put her in her little pink ruffly bathing suit and took her down to the pool at our apartment complex.

She was so excited to swim without floaties or help – Quinn always likes to do EVERYTHING independently. She was still quite teetery when walking during this time, but she was almost running down to the pool. I kept reminding her, “Please slow down, Q! The pool isn’t going anywhere.”

When we got to the water, I lifted her in slowly. The water was a bit chilly (especially compared to the warm summer air) but she didn’t seem to mind at all. She was too excited.

We spent almost an hour in the water, and she took to it more naturally than I expected. I would show her how to kick her legs and paddle her arms, and then let her go for a few seconds at a time. When she finally started to get the hang of it, she could stay above water for maybe ten seconds at a time.

Each time I tried to help her when she was sinking she would swim away from me, saying, “Quinn do it! Quinn do it!” over and over. It made me laugh but also made me so nervous! She would be almost entirely under water, just her little mouth sticking up above the surface, saying “Quinn do it.” I have never been so proud of her and I hope this quality carries with her for the rest of her life.