Mommy Whispers is a keepsake children's book that depicts the special relationship between a mother and her daughter through each stage of their lives and ultimately, the power of prayer and faith in God through it all.I enjoyed reading this book to my oldest daughter (almost 6 years old), but did feel it's more geared toward an older age range. She sat through it and listened, but isn't of course going to understand all the meaning behind the words just yet. And ultimately it's not a book I'd read as a bedtime story each night, but rather occasionally throughout the years, and then when my daughter has a big milestone (ie. heading to college, getting married, or having her first baby) is when I'd pass the book along to her. Perhaps with a personalized message written inside the cover of the book.
(Click images to enlarge)The message behind the book is beautiful, and the repeated words "You are God's gift to me, forever you will be" are uplifting and special. It would be a book your daughter would always cherish, and if and when she has a daughter of her own, she could pass it along when her own daughter reaches a significant milestone. You can easily see how this would become a book passed on to each new generation of daughters. And if you include your own special note inside, a young girl could be reading her own moms message along with her grandma's message to her mom, and on and on... multiple generations of special messages between mothers and daughters.
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Jenny Lee Sulpizio M.S., is a wife, business owner, and mother of three residing in Idaho. Mommy Whispers is her first publication. You can learn more about Jenny by visiting her website and following her blog at www.jennysulpizio.com.
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Disclosure: Thank you to author Jenny Lee Sulpizio for providing me with a copy of her book to review. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own and yours may differ.