< Back to All Articles

Free Printable: I’m in Love With a Child I Haven’t Yet Met

This week on the Owlet blog we’re recognizing National Infertility Awareness Week. We hope that we can raise awareness of infertility and provide hope and support to families struggling with infertility. 

I'm in love with a child I haven't met yet

I remember the first time I saw this quote. I was sitting on my couch scrolling through Pinterest right after we started our second round of IUI and this quote just hit home with me. I always hoped we would have children at some point, so I spent a lot of time daydreaming about what our children would look like, how they would act and how much I was already in love with them.

This printable, printed and framed, would be the perfect gift for someone going through infertility and even expecting mothers-to-be! Either way, it’s yours for the printing.

Here’s the download and printing instructions: (Please note, this printable is for personal use only. Thanks to Breezy + Co. for the design!)

  • Click here to download the free printable PDF file. (Click here for a file with crop marks.)
  • Once it downloads, you can either print it on your own home printer or send it to printer, like FedEx office.
  • Frame it (try this one from IKEA—it’s only $6.99) or any 8×10 frame. Alternate idea: use a fun washi tape to affix it to the wall.

Tips for printing…
Printing at home: Standard printer paper (usually 20-lb) will work. You may also want to try a cardstock (like a 60-lb). It will print on an 8.5″ x 11″ paper and you can then trim to size (8″x10″). We’ve also created a version with crop marks here.
Printing at places like FedEx Office: You can print on 60-lb paper in full color at FedEx Office for around $1.25 or so. Simply upload it, select a different paper weight than the default and send to a nearby location. It will print as an 8.5″x11″, but you can use their nice paper cutter at the store to trim it down to size (or just keep it at the full size, up to you!).

We hope you love this free printable! Be sure to stay tuned for more National Infertility Awareness Week posts on the blog.

Author Info

Brittany

Brittany is new mother to twins. She enjoys watching Netflix, pinteresting, theme parks and anything Harry Potter.

Products in this Article

The Smart Sock comfortably wraps around your baby’s foot to track heart rate and oxygen levels using clinically-proven pulse oximetry. The base station glows green to let you know everything is okay but will notify with lights and sounds if something appears to be wrong.

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.