Lost my Name Book Giveaway


Have you heard of the fantastic Lost my Name book? I have a fantastic competition for you to win one for your child.

Last year I was sent one of these gorgeous books to review, and it was completely personalised just for me.  It’s called The Little Boy who lost his Name, and it is one of the loveliest books I have ever seen. It would make a beautiful gift for a baby as a keepsake, or for an older child.
The book is about a little boy who loses his name and goes on a big adventure to find it again.
He searches and searches, and one by one, he is given the letters to spell his name by all sorts of wonderful creatures.
And guess what the little boys name is? My name!
This gorgeous book is available for little boys and little girls aged 2-6 years old.
My Lost Name is three dads and an uncle, who started it as a DIY project. It is 100% independent, self-published and self-funded. It is digitally printed in the UK on thick uncoated environmentally friendly paper, and is size A4 landscape. It is such a quality book.
You can create your book at www.lostmy.name
I have a personalised book to give away to one lucky reader, what a great prize!
You can enter below –
Let me know how you chose your child’s name?

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  1. I’ve never heard of this book but it sounds lovely. I didn’t actually choose my sons name, he had no name until day 6 when my mum looked at him and said he needed to be called something regal and decided she thought he looked like an Arthur. We loved it so the name stuck.
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  2. Aw this is a lovely giveaway for parent bloggers and children 🙂
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  3. I love the idea of this book, great competition.
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  4. my daughter has been named after my nan 🙂

  5. This is a fantastic giveaway – my sister would enjoy reading this book with my nephew 🙂
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  6. been named after mother

  7. Our children’s first names were names we liked after looking through names books. Their middle names are the names of family members past and present.

  8. My daughter was named Jasmine – because we like names with meaning and it’s a beautiful flower.

  9. My eldest is called Jessica Susan Skye. Jessica was my husbands choice. Susan was after my husband’s Mum who sadly died of cancer and Skye was because I wanted some input into her name!

    Our second is called Alexandra Anna Rose. Alexandra was on my baby name list since was 10, Anna is my Mum’s name and Rose was my hubby’s choice.

  10. Would have loved one of these as a child! Children always get super excited when it’s their own name 🙂 Great giveaway!
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  11. I’m only 20 but I already have baby names picked out, although I reckon they’ll change when I’m alot older and actually have a baby! xo
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  12. We both just liked it!

  13. From a coke bottle

  14. Named after a family friend

  15. What a great giveaway! I have one of these books arriving for each of my children, can’t wait to see their faces when they realise it’s spelling their name! My son is called Neil after his daddy, and my daughter is Caitlin Audrey because we liked the name Caitlin and Audrey was my nana’s name.
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  16. What a fantastic looking book – how cool it has your own name in it as well. personalised books are the best! x
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  17. This looks like a really nice book. It would make the perfect gift ahead of Christmas.
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  18. I have seen these pop up on my facebook newsfeed a lot, but I have been wanting one for Penny for a while as her name isn’t on many things. I also have my husband’s godson Stanley who has the same issue.

    In regard to how we named Penny, it was a name that we both liked. I wasn’t sure towards the end of my pregnancy but then we met a midwife the night Penny was born and it just felt right x
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  19. From one of my boyfriend’s favourite video games. We always knew we wanted something unique! The name is Ezio
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  20. I love this, we got my niece something similar a few years ago and it also had her photo in it x
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  21. I picked my son’s name from the bible but this book would be for HIS daughter-to-be, my grandchild, who will be Imogen 🙂

  22. We just eliminated ones we didn’t like! We only decided on our youngest’ name the day before she was born!
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  23. I went through a name book and it jumped out

  24. My niece ‘baby licia’ (alicia) as she calls herself would love this! It’s a really lovely book
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  25. I’ve heard so much about this book! I’ve entered to win. My eldest’s name means ‘life’ which I thought was perfect for the little life I had created.
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  26. I just loved my son’s name anyway (Aidan) & my husband is a fan of Aidan Quinn so we chose that, & we both loved Isabella for our daughter as we’ve always liked ‘Bella’ since we met (pre-Twilight!) and it went well with Aidan.

  27. What a lovely idea for a book – I would love to have one of these for each of my kids!

  28. We saw it on a dolly… and thought thats a nice name and it stuck 😀 Called her Lily

  29. I’ve seen this book a lot on Facebook and it looks fantastic so I’m glad you’ve actually had a copy and reviewed it too. Such a cute idea. I’ll be entering!!! It would make a lovely little Christmas gift.

    Laura x
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  30. The book sounds amazing, I know my girls would just love it. Fab competition lovely xx
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  31. Great giveaway for parents and kids xxx

  32. I love the concept of these books; such a sweet way to make your child understand and appreciate their name. 🙂 x
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  33. Fab Prize!

  34. They were the only ones we could agree on! Now we are expecting baby no 3 in 3 weeks and don’t have any names we both like!

  35. Just liked the name from a names book.

  36. My granddaughter is called Roxie, and her name was chosen by her step-sisters.

  37. They were just names I have always loved and my husband agreed 🙂

  38. my boyfriend chose both of them!
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  39. I really liked the name Lily but hubbie said it sounded like the name of a boat (her middle name was always going to be Rose) so I then said what about Amelia.

    My son on the other hand…. We just couldn’t decide. It was between Joshua and Zach.
    Joshua won in the end 🙂

  40. When my daughter was born I thought she looked like a Jasmine. I had Brooke picked as her name but changed it. I always thought people who thought there kid looked like a name where mad until I became a mum and experienced it myself.

  41. For both our daughters we went for classic names with a long history of interesting namesakes.

  42. we did like the Beckham’s… She named after a village in Tobago where we got married and she was conceived. ☺️

  43. Our little girl Lily is named after my grandma xxx

  44. It is the European version of my middle name.

  45. We created a female version of my name to create a very unique name…Davisha 🙂

  46. It’s always just been one of my favorite boy’s names so I convinced my husband.

  47. My eldest Daughter is Jasmine which my partner choose. Our youngest Daughter is Eliza. Both names picked just because we liked them x

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