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I See Me – Personalized Gifts for Christmas #31DaysOfGifts

I See Me” has high quality, personalized children’s books for all ages.  Christmas is the perfect time to gift a special child in your life with a personalized book that they can treasure.

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A Christmas Bear for Me is a beautiful, heart-warming, personalized story about a child’s Christmas wish for a special Teddy Bear friend. A Christmas Bear for Me captures the anticipation leading up to Christmas morning and the magic of receiving a special gift from Santa

A Christmas Bear

A Christmas Bear for Me allows your child to the be “star” of the Christmas book and his or her name is featured throughout story.  The child’s name and the names of his or her siblings or relatives are incorporated into intricate illustrations of stockings across the mantle and more!  The book includes a personalized letter to the child from Santa!

You can also add a cuddly, mini 6″ Gund plush bear for an additional $5.00.

CBB cover

This book is great because you can add a lot of personal info in this book for an even more personal touch.

I See Me has many other products that you can personalize like placemats and lunch kits!



1 lucky Mommy Moment reader will WIN a personalized A Christmas Bear book!

To enter, leave a blog post comment telling us if you have any Christmas story traditions.

**Open to Canadian & US Residents**

(All #31DaysOfGifts giveaways will run exactly 3 weeks.  Winners will have 72 hours to claim their prizes)



The #31DaysOfGifts is an event run in conjunction with our yearly Christmas Gift Guide.  These posts are features of products and do not depict our regular writing style.  Items received for Gift Guide features are donated to local charity.


Thursday 26th of December 2013

I read the kids Twas the Night Before Christmas.

katy emanuel

Thursday 26th of December 2013

We do a book advent calendar with my daughter since she can't have chocolates. We gather books from the library, friends and purchase a few new ones each year. The books then are all wrapped and placed in a basket under the tree with a number for each day. The books stay in the basket for the month of December and then they go away again for the following year on Jan 1. We always save Twas the Night Before Christmas for Christmas eve.

Larissa V

Thursday 26th of December 2013

not yet, but maybe when my son is a little but older.


Thursday 26th of December 2013

No story traditions yet.


Thursday 26th of December 2013

Would love to win for my great niece SHELBY