A Personalized Childrens Growth Chart

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A Personalized Childrens Growth Chart by I See Me

This post contains affiliate links.Personalized products are meaningful for anyone, but I think they are extra special for a child who is just learning the power of letters and words.

GIVEAWAY note: You’ll have a chance to win a personalized childrens growth chart of your choice at the end of this post…

At age 4 1/2 there is one word that Daphne can read and write.

Her name.

So anything with those 6 letters is extra special for more than just the fact that it means her.

She writes her name on every piece of art she makes. And she gets excited if she gets a letter through the mail with her name on it.

There is so much power in a name.

Daphne received a package in the mail recently. And when she opened the box, her name was right there!

Personalized Childrens Growth Chart

…peeking out of a patterned yellow box by I See Me! personalized books and gifts.

Personalized Childrens Growth Chart

She pulled out the rolled up canvas, marveled at the tall giraffe, and again, at her name. And then wondered what the heck it was.

(A personalized growth chart, sent to us by I See Me! personalized books and gifts, one of my blog sponsors.)

Personalized Childrens Growth Chart

Now Daphne is always telling us that she can do _______ (replace the blank with whatever it is she wants to do right then) now that she is 4 and a half (that second part is very important) and a big girl. So a special chart for keeping track of how big she is growing makes complete sense to her.

She helped me gather the tools we would need to hang the chart…

Hammer, nails, measuring tape, cup hook screws, pencil.

Personalized Childrens Growth Chart

First Daphne helped me measure 24 inches off the ground (to where the bottom of the growth chart needed to hang).

Personalized Childrens Growth Chart

Then she helped me hold her new growth chart up on the wall while I marked the hanging holes with a pencil.

Personalized Childrens Growth Chart

I started the screw holes with a little nail, then she helped screw in the cup hook screws.

Personalized Childrens Growth Chart

And finally, Daphne sidled up to her new growth chart so see just how tall she was.

Personalized Childrens Growth Chart

Almost 38 inches tall!

I wanted to add a note about the quality of this growth chart. It’s not paper, but rather a very sturdy canvas with a high quality printing of the image and the child’s name. It has grommet-lined holes at the top and bottom for hanging the growth chart on the wall.

Do your kids like personalized products?

I See Me! sells a range of personalized gifts for children, including story books that include your kid in the adventure, personalized lunchboxes, puzzles, placemats, stickers, and more.

A Personalized Childrens Growth Chart GIVEAWAY

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I See Me! Personalized Children’s Books is giving away a personalized childrens growth chart to one lucky reader. To enter the giveaway, leave a comment to this post (answering the question about whether your kids like personalized products) by Thursday, April 10th at 11:59pm EST then tell the rafflecopter widget that you are entering the giveaway. Winner will be chosen randomly by rafflecopter and announced here on Friday (I will also e-mail the winner). This giveaway is open to readers in the United States.

Good luck!

Note: This childrens growth chart was sent to us for free from I See Me! to try out and review; all opinions expressed are my own.

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  1. Zeel says

    Yes, my son does love to put his name on artwork that he does. He would love to get things in the mail with his name on it.

  2. Peg Conlon says

    My boy loves seeing his name printed on things. He’s even found it in other words! Personalized gifts are always a big hit.

  3. Chan says

    My 5 year old can write his name a while now, but loves numbers and digits too. And becoming bigger is an issue! So this would be perfect for him. Or my 3 year old daughter.

  4. says

    My kids only know about personalized products because of the ONE we have in our house–a childhood book of mine with a story about me in it. They love to read it, so I’d give that question a “yes” :)
    Sarah M

  5. Joy says

    I love personalization. I still remember the excitement when my grandparents gave me a set of pencils with my uncommon name on them. I used them for years! Now, having given my daughter an unusual name, I’m going to need to make sure I do the same for her.

  6. Diana Cote says

    Yes we do, we only have one child but she loves to see her name or her picture on her stuff. Its makes her really happy. :)

  7. Genevieve Bendeck says

    I love to personalize. I do believe that using your given name is powerful to impart identity to the child!

  8. katie says

    yes and if its not personalized they take it upon themselves to do so…a must when we have two or three of everything~

  9. Amy says

    My son, Oliver, LOVES personalized items. His name hangs in large, white letters on his wall above his bed, and he also has a rug with his name on it welcoming you to his room. He’s 4 1/2, too, and he LOVES recognizing and writing his own name! Thank you for the giveaway!

  10. Liz S. says

    What I love about these charts is not only the name, but that they can come with you when you move. :) Surely, I am not the only one who has moved three times since my oldest was born! Marking milestones on the doorway just doesn’t work when you are on the go.

  11. Eliza says

    I think all kids love personalized products! I know I did when I was little. There’s something about seeing your name on something that gives you a sense of ownership and pride! I made my older son a personalized growth chart when he was born (used a polar wood board and painted/decorated it) and always meant to do one for my younger son, but still haven’t gotten around to it. I know he would LOVE one of these beautiful ones from I See Me!

  12. Kimberly says

    Yes! My boys are four, and love seeing their name, and even picking the letters in their names out from random signs. Today one of my sons spotted the D in the produce sign at the grocery store and shouted “D for Daniel!” :)

  13. says

    My daughter LOVES personalized things. She also can read and write her own name and it’s the best thing ever when she sees it on something.

  14. Jennifer says

    I would use this for my 1 1/2 year old. She cant recognize her name yet, but she is growing fast and it would be fun to keep a tally.

  15. Pallavi says

    Yes, my son loves seeing his name on toys and books. Every piece of artwork he creates has to have his name, date and a short comment about the picture. Thank you for your blog!

  16. Alisha Vincent says

    My daughter turns 5 in May & writes her name as “Halley Love” because I had her write out all her valentine’s this year & she wrote “Love, Halley” on the back. So we’re gotten that all a little jumbled every since…. lol! But, generally, yes she likes personalized things or she makes a point to put her name on them and handle that task herself. :) I do wish I’d charted her height since she was toddler-aged… I worry sometimes if I start now it’s “too late”. Silly?? I dunno.

  17. Sue says

    My twin girls and not quite 2 so dont recognize their names yet but I bet they would get a kick out it when do. Plus being named Nina and Sunnie they’re never gonna find stuff with their names on it :)

  18. Viviana Fonseca says

    My girls do! The little one, almost 4, also writes her name on EVERY piece of paper she encounters. She also signs her name on each piece of art that she creates!

  19. Rhee says

    My daughter turns four in a week. She likes to write her name on every artwork that she creates. She would love to get things in the mail with her name on it!

  20. Jessica says

    We don’t have anything personalized, but my son is very in to spelling and reading his name, so I imagine he’d love it.

  21. Teresa Torrence says

    My 12-year-old granddaughter was raised
    on “I See Me” personalized books! Now I’m doing the same for my grandson- now 4 years old. Would love a personalized growth chart for him!

  22. Cassie Hayes says

    Anything with her name on it is extra special. She loves personalized items. We have two bunnies with her name on it and their her favorite.

  23. Cindy McElwee says

    My grand daughter would love this ~ she doesn’t have a lot of personalized items ~ but LOVES what she has ♥ great design ♥

  24. Casie Pihlak says

    My daughter loves to receive things with her name. at 3 (and a half!) she writes her name anywhere and everywhere!

  25. Kameron says

    My 5year old loves writing his name everywhere and his 3 year old brother is now beginning to be thrilled about finding “his letters” on anything we read. They are also all about their height and growth…so this would be great!

  26. Christine McElhenny says

    We’ve been making markings on the wall for Lily (5) and Rose (4) to mark their growth. Having a piece of art, such as this, with their beautiful names on it, would drive them gleefully bonkers!

  27. Jenny McCrum says

    My son loves anything with his name on it. It’s so fun to see his reaction when he sees something that says his name.

  28. natalie mattson says

    my son Waylon is two and yet to have anything personalized!! This would be his first and he will love it!

  29. suzi says

    At 14 months my son is a bit young to appreciate personalised items but a personalised height chart would be a lovely keepsake for him to see how he grew. My nieces and nephews love to see their name in print though!

  30. jade says

    I love personalized products for my son, he has a name puzzle and a drink bottle with his name on it. I could never find my name when I was younger and I love the variety of things you can get personalized these days

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