Personalized Books with Wonderbly

During our morning routine, Grayson lays on his activity mat and watches the Baby First channel (293 DirectTV). This keeps him occupied while I wash his bottles and get everything prepped for the day. I have seen numerous commercials for personalizing books for your child, getting one for Grayson was a must.

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Wonderbly is the company that allows you to create a personalized book for your little one. With various stories to chose from, you can make each one unique. We chose The Little Boy Who Lost His Name.

You start by picking the character for the adventure. We aren’t sure what color hair Grayson will end up with, but his dad had blonde hair so we went off that. Next, you choose a character to represent each letter of his name. The characters we chose include: a Giant, a Robot,  an Alligator, a Yeti, a Seal, an Ostrich, and a Narwal. The website allows you to preview what adventure each character includes. My husband and I enjoyed deciding and personalizing this together.

The book also makes a great pillow for tired little boys!

I think this will be a great book for Grayson to learn with as he grows. It is such a unique and personal way to teach your child the individual letters of their name and work on word association. The pages are thick and the texture doesn’t absorb water, so it’s perfect for our little drool monkey. These books would make a great birthday gift or holiday present.  I highly recommend checking out Wonderbly.

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12 Comments

  1. These books have been on my list to get! Especially the Christmas book. They are such great keepsakes. When I taught, my students would always bring in these books and loved how personalized they were.

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