I received a Savor starter kit — the Baby and the School Years keepsake boxes — from a friend a few months ago. These boxes are such a beautiful, organized, and well-curated way to store the important objects from your son or daughter's childhood, and I've never seen anything quite like them. Check out my Daily Find video above and read on below to learn more about the Savor keepsake library and why every parent should have one!
Jenny and Karla are two moms who knew that modern parents need an easy and fun way to store keepsakes — that's why they came up with Savor. Here's what they have to say about the inspiration for this collection:
"Like all parents, we care deeply about these tokens of childhood we've collected. The smell of that shirt our son insisted on wearing day after day after day, which we hated then, now brings us right back to that moment in his childhood that would otherwise be gone. In this digital age, we are as photo-happy as the next parent, but we aren't gathering around the computer to feel close. It's the objects that tell the stories of our lives. We believe they deserve more than the plastic bin into which they are often shoved."
After two years spent researching, designing and prototyping, Savor now has two gorgeous keepsake boxes that come in three different colors. These cloth covered books are the perfect solution for those objects you can't bear to throw away but that you don't want to put into that ugly plastic bin that lives at the top of your closet forever. Savor's keepsake boxes fit easily on your shelf so you can enjoy their contents more often, and they are beautiful enough to pass onto the next generation.
I am so excited to take these boxes home and work on compiling and curating them with my daughter — we can choose the things she wants to keep and remember, label each drawer and file together, share old memories and create new ones.
Today on Snapchat: I am so excited to feature this super cool lamp — the first one designed purely for e-reading! Tune in @AptTherapy to check it out.