Bedtime can be hard. I have an almost one-year-old who still spends most of the night in bed with me. Over and over, I hear people say that a consistent bedtime routine is the key to establishing good nighttime habits. One of the habits I really need to get back into is reading bedtime stories to my girls. We always read in the mornings, but lately bedtime always feels rushed. My five-year-old often asks for a story at nigh,t and most often I respond with “Not tonight, Mommie is too tired.” I cringe when I think about saying that, because I know my girls won’t be little forever.
I just love the new Little Blessings book from Tyndale, Bedtime Stories and Prayers. The sweet illustrations and lulling rhymes are just what we need to get back into reading stories at night. My youngest is coming up on her first birthday soon, and I am so excited to give this book to her as a gift. I would really like to have her begin to sleep through the night in her crib, and plan to add Bedtime Stories and Prayers to our renewed routine.
This book reminds me so much of the Precious Moments Bedtime book I had as a girl. I think it’s my fond memories of my mom reading to me before bed that makes me want to do the same with my girls. Young children will love this precious book. My five year old even loves to read it, and has asked if she can be the one to give it to my youngest on her birthday. So precious!
How about you? How do you make bedtime memories with your littles?
I always love hearing from you. Until then, Happy Reading!
Yours in Christ Yeshua,
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