Introducing the Bible through easy readers can open up conversations about Jesus. There are many ways or parents to talk to their kids but one of my favorites is through books. As a mom and an early childhood educator I look to books to help me tackle many situations in life. I created these mostly… Continue reading Bible Easy Reader
A question posed to me by my 4 year old after listening to Carrie Underwood’s song Something in the Water. What’s in the water? lingered in my mind as I fell silent after the song. When I was interrupted in thought by – Mommy, MOMmy, MOMMY! What’s in the water? So after much prayer and… Continue reading What’s in the water?
These were my daughter’s words to me the other day while eating breakfast. Her valid thought of someone of being lost meant someone who didn’t know what direction they were driving on the road. As is her frequent question to me when I talk my way out of a wrong turn, “Mommy, are you lost?”… Continue reading Whose Lost?
Thank you Linda for your nomination for the One Lovely Blog Award. I accept the award and here are my seven facts: 1.) I love to write. ( I just recently admitted it, but wish I had more time to devote to the hobby.) 2.) I like to read, but again wish I had more… Continue reading One Lovely Blog Award
We forgot the story. What story? We forgot to read the Jesus story. Of course! This was our conversation two nights ago as we settled in for the night. Reading books before bedtime has become a nightly routine. We had gotten into a routine of reading the Jesus storybook Bible. I actually felt bad that… Continue reading We Forgot
http://www.babyblues.com/archive/index.php?GoToDay=1998-05-25 “Don’t worry that children never listen to you; worry that they are always watching you.” ~ Robert Fulghum
Daily devotion time with our children happens at various moments throughout the day: prayer, grace before meals, stories, and music. My daughter and I have found a mutual devotional bond through music. It surprised me too! While the good ‘ol traditional hymns of Amazing Grace, Jesus Loves Me, and Kumbaya are all warm and lovely,… Continue reading Turn it up