A Night Night Prayer Review

Bedtime is one of my favorite times of the day with the kids.  For Wyatt in particular, this is the time of day that he likes to chat my ear off.

We usually say a prayer together every night, and he likes to list things.  Sometimes we'll list things to thank God for, sometimes he'll list things he hopes we get to do the next day.  His new favorite is listing people that he wants to go to Heaven with him (is that cute, or what?).

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We received "A Night Night Prayer" by Amy Parker recently.  I love this book for multiple reasons - for one, the illustrations are so cute!  In these pages we follow a little llama child through his bedtime routine.  He lists all the things that are sleeping - trees, flowers, the dog, parents, etc.  He says goodnight to each thing that is sleeping, and then the book closes with a sweet little prayer.

This book fits in right with our nighttime list theme.  I think Wyatt and I will have a lot of fun looking at all the things listed in this book, and then coming up with some of our own things to add to it.  This is a great book for winding down at night and prepping kids mentally for bedtime, and the board book style allows for easy handling.  I don't have to worry about pages tearing if the kids want to read this book themselves!
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As you can see, Miss Gwen loved this book too!  We're training her in list-making now.

If you'd like another bedtime book to add to your collection, I recommend checking this one out!

Note: I received this book for free from Tommy Nelson in exchange for this review.  This is my honest opinion.
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