When I’m a Mommy
A Little Girl’s Paraphrase of Proverbs 31
“When I grow up I want to be a mommy – a very good mommy! There will be a lot of things for me to learn, but the Bible tells us all we need to know about how to be the very best mommy.” A novel re-stating of Proverbs 31 in simple language, will teach your little girls (and little boys) God’s ideals about family living, before this world offers them an entirely contrary set of values.
Charming illustrations and simple words, as well as the relevant Scriptures, will make this a delightful book for your girl who is six years of age or under, who loves to be read to or who is just learning to read herself.
Scriptures are quoted from the New King James Version.
See also the companion volume, When I’m a Daddy: A Little Boy’s Guide to Biblical Fatherhood, by the same author Ginger Adair Fulton.
Some sample content from When I’m a Mommy.
When I grow up, I want to be a mommy – a very good mommy – the very best mommy!
There will be a lot of things for me to learn. And the Bible tells me what I need to know to be the very best mommy.
My children will wonder where their daddy found such a good mommy. Why, my family would not trade me for even a whole chestful of sparkling jewels! (Proverbs 31:10 quoted).
My husband won’t have to worry. Everyone will know that I am doing what is best for our family. (Proverbs 31:11-12, 23 quoted)
My hands will stay busy doing things for the ones I love most. (Proverbs 31:13, 19 quoted)
I may have to shop all over town to find the right kinds of food and good prices. (Proverbs 31:14 quoted)
To fix a good breakfast, I will have to get up early in the morning. (Proverbs 31:15 quoted)