Be a Great Gifter with My Given Name (UK Giveaway)


You know what I've found harder than being a mum, being an aunt. You see when you're a mum, within fairly flexible boundaries, you can do what the heck you like. Better still, your children have nothing to compare you to, I'm hoping it will take my son a fair few years to catch on to the fact that most families get dressed on Sundays. When you're an aunt, you've got to be all things to all people. You want the parents to think you're responsible, reliable and engaged and you want the kids to think you're really, really cool. This makes gift buying a complete minefield. For a start you have to keep track of what they're into, is it Monster High or Horrible Histories? Is Frozen still in? (Although the answer to this is yes, always). Then there's the fact that if you buy them something they totally love their parents will probably depise you - you know drum sets and high heels and replicas of weapons, that sort of gear. What to do? Get yourself crossed off a Christmas card list or risk losing your favourite grown up status?

Well I've got a gift for you today that will eliminate all those concerns! 'The Little Stork and My Given Name' is a completely personalised story in which a scrappy little stork called Bindee goes on a journey that has the lucky child's name woven into it. It's the sort of story that children will choose over and over and will love to read to themselves when they're older. Better still the book carries a wonderful message of positivity that any parent would love to share with their child. So if you've been racking your brains to find an appropriate gift for the cherised children in your life, don't say I never give you anything. You can read more about 'The Little Stork and My Given Name' here but for your chance to win a book please enter below.






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26 comments

  1. My best Christmas present so far has been my chihuahua, Honey! She is my baby and best friend!

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    1. Glad to hear she wasn't just for Christmas

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  2. A nice matching Links of London necklace and bracelet

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  3. I got an Iphone once, was surprised to say the least

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  4. a necklace with my childrens names on it!

    Ashleigh

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  5. my first laptop - given by my partner when I kept using his

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  6. A dressmakers mannequin when I was at fashion school

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  7. A kindle a few years back from my son (or me!!)

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  8. A doll house made by my granddad when I was about 8 or 9 :)

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  9. My little one. Our adoption came through at Christmas time

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  10. Probably money to spend in the sales! cheeky huh!

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  11. A bright pink bike when I was a child. My Mum had even wrapped it with pink wrapping paper. I always remember walking downstairs to see a big bike shaped present!

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  12. A links of london bracelet with the initials of all the children

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  13. A preemie bracelet from America. My daughter was a preemie and I was looking at it for ages. My husband bought it for me and I love it.

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  14. My best gift was my favorite perfume. A bottle lasts all year. I didn't even know he knew what I liked.

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  15. A beautiful necklace from my husband and some hand crafted ornaments from my children

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  16. My granddaught who arrived one month before Christmas last year. I would love this book for her x

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  17. I love these kind of books. They are such so great for helping little one spelling their own. We also have one of these books & Ethan loves it. Thank you so much for linking up with me. ##FabFridayPost xx

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  18. my beautiful necklace from my mum - i wear it all the time xx

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