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The One Year Mother-Daughter Devo Paperback – October 1, 2010
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Moms, want to connect with your daughter and God at the same time? Girls, do you ever wonder if your mom knows what it’s like to be in your shoes?
This devotional is unlike any other daily devotion book. It’s uniquely designed to help mothers and daughters grow closer to each other while they grow closer to God. Written by best-selling tween and teen author Dannah Gresh with Janet Mylin, each devotion includes a Bible passage and an activity or discussion question to help moms and daughters apply the lesson to their lives.
Throughout this book, there are also tips for meditating on God’s Word, easy-to-swallow theology lessons, some craft activities, and even a few recipes to serve as reminders of Scripture. After 365 days, mother and daughter are sure to see a difference in their relationship with God and each other.
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Reality: I have four kids, and finding time to sit down and read this with her every day isn’t always easy. We usually read it before school, but on the days that don’t go according to plan, it is nearly impossible to find another time that works for both of us. When we do get to it though, my daughter loves the one-on-one time (and so do I).
There are definitely some devotionals in here that were too advanced for my 9-year-old daughter. She is not into dating yet, obviously. So talking about not becoming obsessed with boys wasn't really something she was interested in. I know some girls her age that are in to boys, so it probably just depends on the girl. And that is just one example. Just like any devotional book, some days were powerful, others fell flat.
I will also add that while this book is very well written and organized, I was a bit frustrated with the reading level. It uses some pretty big words and stopping to talk about what they say, how to pronounce them, and what they mean, really takes away from the devotional experience. If your daughter is a really strong reader with a large vocabulary, it probably won’t be an issue, but not every tween is, and I think it’s important to note.
All that said, I do recommend this devotional book. It would be a fabulous resource for the right mother-daughter duo. I am just not sure that is us, or maybe it will be in a couple of years, but not yet.