Friday, January 22, 2016

I See Me! Who Loves Me? Personalised Valentine Edition Storybook | Review ♥

For me, Valentine's Day isn't just about romantic love, it's also about showing my son just how much I love him too. When I was a child, my mother used to write Valentine's Day cards for my brother and I and leave them outside our bedroom doors on the morning of Valentine's Day, it's only now that I'm older that I realise just how much of a sweet sentiment this was from her to us. Now that I'm a mother myself, I want to shower my son (and his future sibling) with some sweet sentiments of my own and I think Valentine's Day is a day that doesn't just have to be about adults, children can get involved too.

Last year Jacek and I got Tyler Lee some love themed books to teach him all about the real meaning of Valentine's Day and to show him how to love others. Luckily for us he's such an affectionate little boy, always wanting kisses and cuddles and it's so lovely to see. I hope his love of others stays with him all his life and that he will always feel comfortable expressing his feelings.

I'm putting together a little surprise for Tyler Lee for Valentine's Day and part of this surprise is a new book from I See Me!, it's their super sweet personalised Valentine Edition Storybook called Who Loves Me?

This is a beautifully illustrated hardback book which features the names of family members and friends who love the child who the book is for. The book reassures the child that they are loved "so much" by the each person and the verses of the book rhyme perfectly too - rhyming books are always so much fun to read aren't they?

As this is a personalised book I was able to upload a picture of Tyler Lee to include at the beginning of the book, I was able to get his name included within the story and was also able to include a personal message from myself and Jacek within the book too so that he can have it as a keepsake.

Who Loves Me? is a beautiful gift idea for children this Valentine's Day and is a lovely keepsake alternative to a regular Valentine's Day card. Tyler Lee's book also came with personalised and matching Valentine's stickers and he's at an age where he loves stickers and adding them to his drawings so I just know he'll love these too.

I See Me! offer a wide selection of personalised books for children and I think Who Loves Me? Valentine Edition* is one of the most beautiful and special from their range. The only downside of this book for me is the price. I do think £21 is quite expensive for a children's book, even if it is personalised and I think it may be out of an affordable price range for most parents, myself included. However, I can't wait to read the book to Tyler Lee at bedtime on Valentine's Day and think it will be a beautiful keepsake for him for years to come.

Who Loves Me? Valentine Edition Storybook is £21 and is available from the I See Me website.

*I was sent the I See Me!Who Loves Me? Personalised Valentine Edition Storybook for the purposes of this review. As always, all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.



  1. I love this idea especially as at the moment before my son goes to bed I tell him three things I love about him it got be something he done during the day, something personal about him etc the smile it creates on his face is so so special. This book sounds like it would affirm things for him but like u say if the price is a bit steep. I mite alternatively look for some books with the love theme for the kids I like that x

  2. What a fantastic book. I really like the idea of personalised books and it can make the kids really love them more. Angela

  3. My daughter no longer has a bed read to her at night, but she still loves to read book. She likes to put herself in the story as if she is the character. She has a vivid imagination.

    Thanks for sharing


  4. that's so lovely, I always get my boys a little something on valentines day too and send them anonymous cards which they still don't realise is from me!

  5. What a beautiful idea and such a lovely book you can keep as a keepsake. The fact that he's so affectionate shows that he feels loved and secure x

  6. Love the idea of valentines cards and gifts for children too, there's lots more love out there than just romantic love and it should be celebrated too. The personalised books look great!

  7. Ahhh that's such a lovely idea!! Would make a lovely gift from a grandparent or something I think!! Very cute xx

  8. I am a sucker for anything personalised, especially books. This looks like a lovely book but I agree £21 is a bit much to pay.

  9. This is such a lovely idea. I'd not thought of giving my children cards before, but you are right. It's a lovely sentiment.


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