I was lucky to receive a Take Your Pix™ board book to send to my nephew for Christmas and we are sure he is enjoying all the pictures of the family we included! He lives in Nebraska, while we live in the Chicago area, which means we never get to see him as often as we would like. When I saw the Take Your Pix™ book, I knew that it was going to be the next best thing for him as he was recently diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome, which for those who don’t know, it is a form of Autism.
During the Thanksgiving festivities, we went around and took pictures of the family to add into the book so he can see and be familiar with who we are. It was fun for the kids to take pictures of themselves and to see the weird things kids do when you want them to sit still for pictures.
The Take Your Pix™ board book photo album has sturdy pages which I loved! The photos slid into an opening at the top of each page making it easy to insert. It also has little cut out notches at various locations on each page which makes it easier for little fingers to open and turn the pages without missing a single one!
I think that the Take Your Pix™ board book photo album is a perfect gift for any child and can help to ease separation issues between parent and child, help to familiarize your child with family members who are not able to see each other on a frequent basis or for those children who just want to see their favorite stuffed animal, blankie, pet or toy while they are away from home. It is the perfect on the go book!
Take Your Pix™ board books are available at www.boardbookalbums.com and are approximately $20.00
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