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Sports Years Memory Book Giveaway

UPDATE! Congratulations SUSAN you are the winner of the Sports Years Memory Book. Please check your inbox.

MomAgenda Sports Years Memory Book

Do you see all those ribbons? That is just a portion of the items I have collected from my youngest daughter’s past few years as a swimmer. I have been storing it all in a shopping bag and telling myself that one day I was going to organize it neatly. Lucky for me, the team at momAgenda is making “one day” get here a lot faster. They have a new product that is just for busy Sports Moms like you and me – we don’t have time to create elaborate scrapbooking layouts but we want to keep all our athlete’s important memories together in one place – so enter Sports Years.

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Each hardcover Sports Years Memory book contains 14 expandable 11″x11″  folder pages for you to keep things like team photos, newspaper clippings, mementos and the like for each year in one place. Then for each one of the folders you can add as many details as you wish – the year, sport, photo of your child, position they played, teammates, accomplishments, and the list goes on.

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I have a lot of work to do still, but just knowing that one of my favorite photos of her first championship meet is safe and easy to find, is a step in the right direction!

Are you ready to win a Sports Years Memory Book for your super star?

Required entry: Leave us a comment on this post telling us how many years your child has been playing sports and how you are keeping track of all those “mementos” now.

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  • Leave your comment(s) no later than midnight October 4, 2012.
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  • You must be 13 or older to enter. If you are under 13, just ask your parent, grandparent, favorite aunt or uncle to enter for you!
  • We will be using the “And the winner is” plugin to select one (1) winners at random.

Disclosure: momAgenda sent us a Sports Years Memory Book  for purpose of review but the opinions of the products are our own!


Categories : Parenting



My oldest daughter has been playing soccer for 2 1/2 years and did gymnastics for a year and a half before that. My youngest daughter has also done gymnastics for that time and just started U6 soccer. We have a ton of medals and trophies and ribbons… but they are just strewn about the girls room, that they share, making for a bit of a mess! Something like this would be absolutely ideal for collecting and containing all the “clutter” associated with their athletics!


my daughter played all through high school and now in her 3rd year of college basketball. my son plays soccer and basketball in high school and I pretty much keep everything in a shoe box



My son seems to have been born with a ball in his hand. We have done, soccer, basketball, karate and several years of baseball. We have a shelf in his room of all his trophies, medals and game balls. As for the awards, team photos and player cards they have grown out of 2 shoe boxes and are looking for a neater, simple, organized place to be recalled upon and enjoyed! I think you have created the perfect solution for busy athletes and their families! Thank you


For my Brother; 40 years!


our daughter has been playing soccer for five years and we have a lot of photos but haven’t put them in a book yet


Last year was my daughters first year of tball!