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“The LullaBible is a great gift for first-time mommies, baptisms, or dedications.
This precious book and CD is a must-have for every nursery. Because each of the lullabies delivers a message of God’s love from the Bible, little ones can fall asleep listening to the comforting assurance of God’s promises.
Beautifully illustrated, the LullaBible is a timeless treasury of stories and verses for parents and children to share.”(thomasnelson.com)
This Bible is exactly what my husband and I were looking for when our first son was born! There are several great Toddler Bibles available but one for infants is, for obvious reasons, much harder to find. I was very excited to check out the Lulla Bible when I received one from Thomas Nelson’s Tommy Mommy group.
My favorite aspects of the Lulla Bible were that it comes with a sweet CD of hymns and bible songs to play for your little one. Soft music is apart of both of our boys ‘sleep routine’ at night and I loved that they included this great CD in the Lulla Bible. I also really enjoyed how within the pages are places for the parents to write personalized prayers for their baby. This is a great resource to guide parents into praying over their child from birth! The pages are also full of beautiful illustrations to capture your baby’s attention as they grow older and are able to sit and begin listening to the short stories and prayers. I have seen no other Bible so perfect for ages 0-4 that include stories, poems, prayers and lyrics to the lullabies found of the full length cd included.
This week, Tommy Nelson Publishing is partnering with Cheerios and Lattes
to give you the chance to win
a Lulla Bible by Stephen Elkins!
The giveaway is open to residents of the US, 18 years old and older, and will end on February 4rd at 12 am CST. I will contact the winner by email and they will have 48 hours to respond before a new winner will be chosen.
Disclosure: I receive free products and giveaway for being apart of the Tommy Mommy from Thomas Nelson publishers. All thoughts and opinions are my own.