I was introduced to the Portable North Pole website when 6yo was three. I remember the magic on her her face as she watched her very first video and was completely amazed that Santa was talking to her, knew her name and what she wanted for Christmas and everything!
Since that Christmas, we have created a great video for her each year which she still watches with amazement each time. We have previously created a free video each year but for only £2.99 you can create a Premium video which comes with all sorts of added extras.
This year, our video has been made extra authentic for 6yo as I have added in additional photos to the video and Santa has made reference to our holiday we had this year and a day out we took in the Summer.
We also have two bonus video’s for Christmas Eve as a little added extra and one for her Birthday, which I have diaried as it’s not until the summer next year and I don’t want to forget about it.
We are also waiting for a surprise delivery of a nice list certificate which I have a sneaky suspicion our elf will get involved with in handing to 6yo, and also a colouring book.
The video only takes a few minutes to create and you can personalise it as much or as little as you choose. When you type in your child’s name, immediately you can listen to the pronunciation which is a great touch to make sure Santa has it correct.
We chose for Santa to ask 6yo that she is to listen to her parents more as this is something you will know we struggle with if you read my blog.
I can’t wait for 6yo to watch her video this weekend, which I think I’ll let her know has arrived with a note from Elfie our Christmas elf to make it the little bit more magical.
If you’ve never created a PNP video before, then I highly recommend you do one right now. You wont regret it and you’ll be back year after year.
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Disclosure – we received a premium video for this review but all opinions are our own