Memories: A Recordable Book

This series on how to make the most out of the time you have with your children is brought to you by Amee at Madame Deals and Sharon at Mom on Dealz.

When I think about all the miles between our family it reminds me that having things around that remind my children of family is important. The recordable storybooks from Hallmark allow use to bridge the gaps between our families. We love to read to our children and they love to read to themselves. I also like the messages in the book and the illustrations. You can see my son and myself enjoying a book below.

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Comments

  1. Heather Hilyer says

    Some weekends, my 5 year old daughter and I take public transportation into Atlanta. This gives us time to hang out and talk, and not have to worry with driving. We always have a blast doing this.

  2. Regina Smith says

    When my boys were younger we would read bedtime stories every night. Now that they are older, I play their games with them, watch “their” TV shows. They are pretty much “stay to themselves”, so when they want me is when we will do something, which is not that often anymore. Now, I have a 2 y/o niece that absolutely loves when she is read too, we have been reading to her ever since she was in the womb and now that is all she wants to do…lol so I am entering this for my Aunt, her grandmom so they can read this together.

  3. Seyma Shabbir says

    Spend the whole day with them at school during a field trip. Also getting astuffed animal with a recordable voice (have the whole family do it!)

  4. Kim says

    Outdoor activities are always good – run them wild at a park or go hiking – fresh air and lots of exercise -

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