Category: "Fathers"

  • Happy Father's Day to Inspiring Dads

    We are approaching Father’s Day on June 18th, a date that is also celebrated in many countries around the world, and as a father myself, it started me wondering about my role as a Dad for my daughter, Mila. Am I a good father? Do I act as a role model for her? Do I provide inspiration? As a school governor I have been thinking a lot about our education systems. Do our schools, colleges and universities...

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  • Inspiring Dads

    We are approaching Father's Day on June 21st, a date that is also celebrated in many countries around the world, and as a father myself, it started me wondering about my role as a Dad for my daughter, Mila. Am I a good father? Do I act as a role model for her? Do I provide inspiration? As a school governor I have been thinking a lot about our education systems. Do our schools, colleges and universities...

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  • Too right, us Dads deserve recognition!

    Tom Briggs, award-winning UK blogger Diary of the Dad, tells us how he deserves to be loved and pampered this Father's Day. My name’s Tom and I’m the proud dad of two little boys. I’ve been blogging about my adventures in parenting since shortly after my older son was born and haven’t looked back. Almost four years later, one thing I’ve learned is that, if you’re a blogger who also happens to be a dad, this...

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  • Dear Dad: Worth the two year wait

    It’s taken two years for my Dad to complete the Dear Dad journal I gave to him for Christmas 2011. It seems like a long time but he is nearly 80 and there’s a lot to remember. He was flattered and delighted to receive the journal two years ago, but equally rather daunted and overwhelmed. I know he felt a weighty pressure to deliver some meaningful content. And there’s always the worry that, as the youngest...

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  • Father's Day Competition - Enter Now

    With Father's Day on Sunday 16th June, I wanted to express what Dads can mean to us.This photo is of my Dad who inspired me to set up the from you to me business and I wish he was still with us so that I could celebrate this Father's Day with him. I am now a Dad myself … and love it … albeit there are many challenges along the way! One day a year is not...

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  • Do you really know your family?

    I always wanted to follow my dreams of running my own business. The loss of my father in 2007 encouraged me to take this step and create the ‘from you to me’ products to preserve priceless memories and stories. Hoping to inspire people to get to know their loved ones before it’s too late I created the journals to create an invitation and dialogue for friends and family to share their stories and memories. A new...

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  • Best Baby Gift/Keepsake 2012-13

    from you to me are thrilled and proud to announce that we have been presented with a Gold Award at the Practical Parenting & Pregnancy Awards 2012-13! 
Our Story childhood journal has scooped the Gold Award in the Best Baby Gift/Keepsake category - wonderful proof that parents love recording and sharing priceless memories and stories. 
It is a fantastic accolade to be given this seal of approval by such a well respected consumer magazine. With loads of great...

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  • One of the many reasons why we should capture Our Story for our children . . .

    Letter from a Mother to a Daughter: "My dear girl, the day you see I’m getting old, I ask you to please be patient, but most of all, try to understand what I’m going through. If when we talk, I repeat the same thing a thousand times, don’t interrupt to say: “You said the same thing a minute ago”... Just listen, please. Try to remember the times when you were little and I would read the...

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  • The story behind the arrival of the Parent & Baby range

    Inspiring parents to treasure baby memories Helen Stephens, Director at from you to me, was delighted when she discovered that she was pregnant with her first child aged 41.  ‘I was so amazed by what was happening to me, how I was feeling and how my baby was developing that I kept a weekly journal,’ said Helen. ‘Once my daughter was born I continued to record all those lovely details you hope you will remember, that...

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