God Loves Mommy & Me (Book Review)

My youngest child is just starting to sit on my lap quietly to listen to a book.  There is always so much going on in our house with the four other kids, that this has been a struggle for us.  She doesn’t want to miss out on anything!

I love reading to my children especially when they are little, but I don’t do it as often as I should.  There are so many other things going on, such as homework, sports practice, religious education classes/homeschooling and chores that finding the time to read is difficult.  (Please tell me I’m not the only one that struggles with this!)

Because our time is precious and limited and there are numerous distractions, it’s important that I find books that capture my daughter’s attention and keep it!  Her new favorite is God Loves Mommy & Me!

God Loves Mommy & Me

This post contains affiliate links.  I was given a copy of God Loves Mommy & Me in exchange for my review.  All opinions are my own.

God Loves Mommy & Me

God Loves Mommy & Me is an adorably illustrated board book about a mommy bunny and her little bunny.  As they go about their day, they thank God for all of his creations including His love.  The book celebrates the special connection that mommies have with their children and emphasizes the love that bonds mommies, their children and God together.

God Loves Mommy & Me

My daughter enjoys listening to this book before bed and I love knowing that the thing she hears each night is that she is loved by God and me!

God Loves Mommy & Me is a wonderful choice for a baby shower gift, a Mother’s Day gift for a new mommy or for a child’s first birthday.


Would you like a chance to win a copy of God Loves Mommy & Me?  Enter to win 1 of 5 copies.

Giveaway is open to US Residents 18 years or older.  Winners will be selected on 5/8/2017 and notified by email.  Giveaway prize provided by FrontGate Media.


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  1. Sara says:

    Ugh, I don’t read to my kids often enough either. Usually I ask Daddy to do it while I finish up the dishes or something. Which is okay, because my kids like it better when he reads anyways. However, I find it’s always a good strategy to calm them down when they’re all crazied up in the middle of the day… I just don’t usually think of it in time. Thanks for the reminder to read to my kids more often!!!

  2. Anni says:

    I definitely don’t read as much as I should, and I have no excuse like homework yet! This is such a great little book, and it’s nice to see instilling gratitude in a person’s heart can be done at such a young age.

    Thanks for sharing!

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