The Beginner’s Bible for Little Ones is perfect for children ages 2-4 years old. However, you can read it to children that are younger or have older children read it as well. There are eight stories taken from both the Old and New Testament of the Bible which includes; The Beginning, Noah’s Ark, The Mean Giant, Daniel and the Lions, An Angel Visits Mary, Baby Jesus is Born, Jesus Feeds Thousands, and Jesus is Alive. The stories are in a simplified format that younger children can understand before learning all the details and information about each to take to heart as they get older.
All Things Bright and Beautiful: Make Believe Ideas by Thomas Nelson is a sweet book. It drew my children and me in right away with its adorable imagery, cheerful colors, and glittery texture dawning not just the cover but all throughout the inner pages. It has a padded cover and even features a handle so little ones can easy carry it along with them wherever they may happen to go.
My daughter is growing up and her taste in apparel and accessories is changing. She prefers to pick out her own clothes and things where once I had just done it for her. She’s growing up and she’s begun to express herself more. As a bittersweet good-bye to childhood, I’m supporting her in this but still making sure she’s making modest faith-based picks and appropriate choices following the rules that my family has set in place.
The Big Look Bible Book is geared toward babies up to children eight years old though I feel it’s best suited for babies to around age six. It’s moderate board book format meaning the pages aren’t paper but they aren’t really thick board like pages either but somewhere in the middle. The book has your general rectangular outside shape with rounded corners but on the inside, each story features its very own shaped pages. Shaped pages add a fun element to the book, in my opinion.
Since the weather has turned from rainy skies to bright blue skyed sun filled days, I’ve had my eye out for toys that can be used not just indoors but outdoors as well. I’ve particularly been looking for toys for my youngest child that just hit her first birthday almost a month ago. She’s an early walker and has been enjoying toddling all over so toys that can help her dexterity in many ways are fantastic at this point. She’s specifically been having an absolutely good time playing with the Glow in the Dark Sensory Ball from the company Edushape.
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