This is a better-than-most diary for the baby's first five years. It is one of those that will be pleasurable and interesting to the child and to the parents at a later time. There's room for more than the all important dates, places, and names, space is left for pertinent facts as blood grouping, both parents' and child's (and includes RH), items to be filled in to discern the baby's personality. It stresses relationships, behavior profiles, motor coordination, as well as medical information. Whether the book is built to stand the wear recommended by Dr. Arthur Forest Anderson in the foreword is another question. But it will be fun.