Love2Read Review | Emily's 1st Birthday..


We have previously worked with Love2Read, they created a amazing little book for Emily and her daddy too share for fathers day. If your interested in having a nose the post is here. I was honestly so excited to work with them again. Emily's 'my daddy' book has been her absolute favourite. She loves looking at it when Sam is at work, and she brings it too me saying 'daddy, daddy'. It is lovely that she has that too look at when she is missing him and I have ever since been eager to make some more for her to keep. I do think they make lovely keepsakes for special occasions. 

As you know if you read my blog, Emily turned one about a month ago. It was such a lovely day full of celebrations and something I want her to be able to remember through pictures, and looking back. So when Love2read offered to create another book for Emily's first birthday I jumped at the chance. It seemed like the perfect opportunity for her to have something to keep forever. It is very easy to put together a book on their website. You simply pick the book you would like, add your photographs and text and your done. You also have the opportunity to pick the colour of the frames. The purpose of love2read is to help children develop a real love for books and reading. The text in the book is really simple and helps children with word association. 


I have to say it was hard to narrow it down to just 9 pictures, but I managed. The first four pictures you pick are displayed on the front cover underneath the title, and on the back it has a college of the 9 pictures inside the book. It is the absolute perfect gift, and Emily really enjoys sitting in her teepee looking back on the pictures. I am absolutely in love with these books. There are plenty of other designs to choose from too, you can view them here. The book is available for £14.99, which I think is very reasonable. The book is a very good learning tool and a lovely keepsake for Emily to look back on in years to come. Once she has grown out of it, I will pop it into her memory box for her when she is older. I am going to be purchasing more of these in the future. 

*I wasn't paid for this post. I received the item for the review purposes. However all opinions are completely my own.*

1 comment

  1. So cute! I didn't realise you could change the colours of the frames, even better! Just ordering mine now :)

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