For the love of reading with Bookroo 📖

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” – Dr. Seuss

This post is sponsored by Bookroo, as always all opinions are my own!


Do your kids receive mail? Mine usually don’t unless it’s for their birthday. Needless to say Maddy was ecstatic when she found out she was getting a package just for her.

Even though technology is taking over the world right now, there is nothing like getting lost in a book. I want my children to understand the importance of reading. I remember laying in my bed as a kid reading for hours on end. My favorite was the Harry Potter series!

Now, I want to offer my children the same love of books outside of the yearly book fair. Bookroo is an affordable way to grow your home library. They are a monthly subscription service that delivers 2-3 books to your door curated just for your children. This service is best for children ages 0-10 as they have their selection broken down to select the best books for your little ones.


I was pleasantly surprised by the packaging. It was bright and easy to open but the books were wrapped. It truly was made to feel like a present which only adds a level of excitement. The books we received were Shine by Patrick McDonnell and Norton and Alpha both books we have never read so this was truly a plus!


Why should you choose Bookroo?

How often do you purchase a new app for your children? If you’re like me it’s monthly, not to mention the add-ons that you didn’t know you had to buy. Why not give your child the gift of reading? I’m personally not hip on all of the latest children’s books but the best part is Bookroo can take the guess work out of selecting a book for me. Their books are chosen by an elite panel and they pride themselves on sending out hidden gems instead of the classics!

Afraid of committing to a monthly service? That’s okay, you can cancel at any time, plus you can use my code FREELYNAT for 15% off so what do you have to lose?

It’s very easy to sign up. Click here!

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Head to checkout and fill out the form and you’re done! Patiently wait for your books to arrive.

If you sign up, I would love to know what books you receive!



If you could give your mother ANYTHING for Mother's Day, what would it be?

I came up with the idea to give Kaydence a writing prompt because I want her to continue reading and writing while she’s out of school. This is the one she choose and my heart just melts!

Friendly Reminder: Mother’s Day is May 12th!!!

My sweet girl, Kaydence!

My sweet girl, Kaydence!

If I could give my mom anything it would be an unlimited gift card to any place. One because it’s unlimited, two some days are tough and she might be hungry or just want to get something nice for herself (like she does constantly…just kidding mom), or she might want to do something fun and now she’d have the money to do it.

I know she would like it because it’s unlimited and who wouldn’t like that? She likes to do a lot of shopping. I don’t think they have any cards like that though. She would be so happy to have an endless supply of money to buy anything she wants and I mean ANYTHING. Plus she deserves it! 

Freely Nat Kaydence

Do you encourage your kids to write? We have started our mother/daughter journal and I can’t wait to see what comes of it.