Wednesday, June 3, 2009

"I See Me" The World According To... review (Read to learn how you can get an extra entry for a future giveaway)!!!


Being a mom has it's ups and downs, but overall It has been one of my greatest blessings. My children have truly made me a better person. My children also never leave my life boring or dull. They make me laugh several times throughout the day. And each year brings new special moments as I begin to understand more about who they are as an individual. I want to always remember these moments and remember who they were while I was raising them.

I recently happened upon a wonderful company, I See Me, who offers several personalized products for your child. You can find several books and art pieces that allow you to put your child's name on. What I find most appealing about "I See Me" books are how they personalize their books with your child's name and fun information about them. This allows the books to not only be enjoyed by your child, but allows them to be treasured by you.




I See Me generously sent me "The World According To Your Child" kit and book. I have already received the kit and my son and I have been spending time together to complete the questions and pictures. The kit has a list of fun questions for your child to answer. Some of the questions are "What is your favorite color?" and "If you could have any super power, what would it be?". Also included in the kit are markers and special pages for you child to draw on. All the questions and pictures will then be sent back to I See Me and published into your very own book. So far the whole process has been great. Everything included in the kit has made things clear for both my son and I. Both of us have really enjoyed the time we have been able to spend together. I have loved hearing all the fun answers my son has come up with and he is super excited to see how his book turns out. We just sent back our kit and are now waiting for the final book to be sent our way.


Obviously I am going to show you the final product once I receive it. This is going to be one book I will keep through the years. Of course I have high hopes for this book and I will share with you if my expectations were met. In the mean time I want to send you over to this virtual tour of I See Me's, The World According To Your Child. You can also find other virtual tours on other I See Me books. Feel free to check them out and let me know what you think!

Future "Extra Entry" Opportunity: Be on the lookout for more on I See Me. This review isn't over yet and I may even see a giveaway in the future. In fact, let's make things fun. If you check out the virtual tour and leave a comment here telling me your thoughts, I will give you an extra entry, as long as you do the mandatory entry when the giveaway arrives. You have until the final review is posted.

To be continued...

7 comments:

Ann said...

I can't wait to see your final product! I just watched the virtual tour and what a fantastic concept!
Love, love, love the professional look and might actually look into this to send to my parents who live in Belgium and my father-in-law who lives in England. Thanks for sharing!

The Main Ladybug said...

How special - the virtual tour actually brought tears to my eyes. Now that I'm a Nana, I know first-hand how very quickly the years zoom by. No matter how much I try to "memory embed" special moments, most of them still slip by.

Thanks for sharing! I'm staying tuned . . .

Be blessed!

Megan said...

I really love the concept of this product and am anxious to see the final review/results! I especially love that the child is the illustrator, as well. I could see this being not only a wonderful keepsake, but a wonderful gift for grandparents, or a great Father's Day gift. Very cute.

Will be watching for the final review.

Leslie said...

WOW--love this idea. My daughter is 5 just like Grace in the virtual tour and I could totally see her in this book. Thanks for sharing and can't wait to see your final product.

Lori A. said...

This looks like a really cool book! How fun for the child to make a book with their own words and drawings. I think this is something a child of any age could enjoy.