Baby Imprint Kits: Remember the Moments

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Baby Imprint Kit.com fulfills a valuable need by helping parents preserve an imprint of their newborn’s footprint or handprint.

When Troy Wardrop started Baby Imprint Kit.com, he was fulfilling a need expressed by many parents, both online and offline. That need was to provide a keepsake to help parents remember a special moment in their lives, the birth of a child.

Many hospitals no longer provide parents with impressions of their baby’s footprint or handprint. Baby Imprint Kit.com carries on the tradition of helping parents preserve the memory of that special time.

Digital technology has opened the door for parents to easily create, transmit and organize pictures of their children. But such emerging technology does not diminish the demand for other keepsakes as well. Trent Wardrop, Director of Marketing for Baby Imprint Kit.com, commented, “A baby footprint or handprint is more than a picture—it is a tangible reminder of your child’s progress. It’s the perfect keepsake.”

Baby imprints often form a nice marriage between digital photography and more conventional keepsakes. Many of the kits allow parents to place a baby handprint or footprint next to photos of their baby. The kits come in ink or easy-to-use plaster forms, some accompanied by frames or stands that allow parents to place the items on display.

Baby Imprint Kit.com strives to provide parents with a variety of unique imprint kits and items to complement them, including scrapbook materials and frames. “All our products are aimed at helping parents preserve a memory of time that is meaningful to them and their children,” says its founder.

Keepsakes form a part of every family. Whether it’s marking your child’s height on the wall, snapping photos, or making impressions of a footprint or handprint, there will always be a moment to remember. Baby Imprint Kit.com exists to make it easy for parents to fulfill that need.

For more information, visit http://www.baby-imprint-kit.com.

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