I live in a family of Lego enthusiasts! Don’t believe me, check out the Lego themed birthday party we threw for my seven-year-old son last month. He lives and breathes Legos and anything that looks like Legos. He loves building things and has at the age of seven built some pretty awesome Lego sets by himself might I add with very little help from mom or dad, and it’s usually because he accidentally skipped a page.
So when the PR people from ILoveWAFF.com sent an email my way with this cute little notebook, I had to ask for one for a review! WAFF notebooks got its start from a very creative mother of two boys, Kristina Boudaeva. Kristina had always had a love for stationary and quit her government programmer analyst job to create these cute notebooks. Personally, I love their design and might purchase one for myself.
These notebooks come in so many colors and sizes, from pocket-book size, to full 8.5 x 15 notebook size. You can also purchase different cubes and clips from Emojis, glitter, math, the alphabet or a variety of colors. Immediately my son fell in love with the fact that he could write his name on his notebook with the alphabet block letters. He had fun doodling in his notebook and we love the fact that we can take the cover off and buy a refill for it. I told him how he can use the blocks on the outside of the notebook to help him with his math homework.
Mostly at the age of seven, this is just neat because a notebook that looks like Legos… you just can’t beat that.
We hope to find more WAFF notebooks in stores and know they sell these on Amazon at Nordstrom and Kaplan Learning Academy and a variety of other places on the internet.
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