Snuggle Time Prayers by Glenys Nellist (Author), Cee Biscoe (Illustrator) is a darling board book offering geared toward children ages two to four years old. This book is meant to be read during nap, quite times or when turning in at night. It features fifteen prayers total that are based off Old and New Testament Bible scripture. The prayers are short and can serve as daily reminders of God’s love, care, goodness ever presence, promises, and so forth.
More for Girls Only! Devotions by Carolyn Larsen and illustrated Colonel Moutrade is geared to the pre-teen crowd of 8-12 year olds. My daughter is 7 1/2 currently so she’s bordering being age ready for this devotional book and the many topics it covers. As a mom, I wanted to make sure the content would be relate-able and something she could easily understand. Aside from comprehension and relatibility I also wanted her to be excited and eager to push through the devotional without my prompting. This book has hit the mark in every area I was seeking.
Ever since my son was diagnosed with eczema when he was two years old, I’ve kept an eye out for fun friendly skin care products made specifically for kids like him. Recently we learned about KandooKids! This company offers a line of skin care products that are hypoallergenic as well as free from Parabeens and SLS. My son thought their products looked cool so we opted to review them here on my blog!
These days it isn’t easy getting everyone together. While it’s true that mobile communications have evolved in leaps and bounds, enabling us to speak to (and even see) our distant loved ones on camera; the age of being constantly connected doesn’t come without its drawbacks. Being slaves to our smartphones and constantly available to handle just one more task can be detrimental to our family time. If you’ve been yearning to get the brood together and reunite family members separated by distance and time, check out how in these five simple steps:
It doesn’t surprise me in the least bit that both my five year old son and my seven and half year old daughter adore Lots of Knock-Knock Jokes for Kids by Whee Winn. When I was around 7-8 years old, I would often be found checking out jokes books from the local library and choosing them to be in my lot of of books from the monthly book club my Mom ordered from. It’s fun to giggle and laugh but it’s even better if you can make someone else do so too!