“I’m a princess,” my daughter reminds everyone. “All girls are princesses and all boys are princes, because God is our King.” God is our King, so therefor, we must be royalty as well as His children. Girls everywhere long to be real princesses with sparkly gowns, crowns make a jewels, and everything pink, pink, pink. There is nothing wrong with this fun fantasy or enjoying all the fairy tails of Disney Princesses. It is all fun and good. However, as moms, we need to be teaching our girls what it means to be a princess on the inside, where it counts the most.
The God’s Little Princess Bedtime Devotional is a daily “guide for real princesses” that will take you and your daughter on an adventure fit only for a princess. Your daughter will learn real life application ways they can act like God’s princess in daily situations that real girls everywhere go through from bullies to patience to sadness to love and kindness.
My husband and I have read to our children every night since they were born. It is a special time that we get to spend one-on-one with our kids reading, talking, and praying together. I wouldn’t trade those moments for anything. It is our way to wrapping up a busy day and releasing them into God’s loving arms at night.
My daughter loves devotionals while my son enjoys reading straight from the Bible most. She really likes the God’s Little Princess Bedtime Devotional because it is totally fit for a princess with a sparkly pink cover and the princess theme throughout. Each night, we start with a Bible verse, short story, real-life application activity and rhyming prayer. The devotionals are perfect for my 1st grader, they seem great for Kindergarten through at least 4th grade, from my experience.
The author Sheila Walsh marries the verse, story, application, and prayers together seamlessly. The flow is so natural and has through provoking questions sprinkled in to get your daughter thinking and talking. It allows the pages of the Bible to come to life with real-life situations that girls face in school and with their own self esteem.
If you have a school-age daughter, pick up a copy of God’s Little Princess Bedtime Devotional on the Thomas Nelson website for $14.99
Also available in a Kindle version.
This was not a paid post. My own opinions were used based on my perceptions and experience. Thank you to Thomas Nelson who provided the product for review.