Disclosure: I received a copy of this book for review from Tyndale Blog Network. All opinions expressed below are my own.
Little Miss Addie is already a big fan of princesses. We have one particular board book filled with sparkly princesses that we read multiple times a day - and it is starting to fall apart. It seems fairly certain that we have many days filled with tiaras and wands and imagination ahead of us. I'm not complaining at all.
I actually might have a little bit of a princess obsession myself, so I'm already on the lookout for books that will last a lot longer than our current board book. Addie may not be old enough for this one yet, but I was excited to take a peek at The One Year My Princess Devotions: Preschool Edition.
Featuring a one-page devotion for each day of the year, this is a resource I can imagine my little girl using as she learns how important it is to read the Bible on her own. I have struggled most of my life with finding a consistent devotion routine, and I want my kids to develop a consistent habit while they are young.
Each devotional section includes "Royal Words" (Scripture), Princess Thoughts (the devotional message), A Prayer for the King (an example of a prayer), Princess in Action (a related activity). The book is embellished with pink butterflies, flowers, hearts, and ladybugs throughout. Overall, it's a sweet title and one that I will be saving until Addie is old enough to enjoy it.
And in the meantime... I'll keep reading our quickly deteriorating princess board book. I think it has at least a few more rounds of life left.