Sunday, November 14, 2010

My Family Christmas Book and Memories--A Review

Another review; I know. But there are just so many good ones available right now, I can't pass them up!

I'm really excited about this one, too!

Now that our kids are getting a little bit older, Mr. Einstein and I have been talking about finding something for Advent. Something to help ourselves and our children prepare for the Christmas season. Something to guide our thoughts and prayers. Something to lead into discussions of what Christmas really means.

My Family Christmas Book and Memories encompasses all of this, and more.

This "book" isn't really a book; it's more of a binder with tabs, which I love. It's full of prayers, and Scripture readings, and activities, and songs, and crafts, and recipes. There is room for Christmas planning ideas, and card lists, and gift buying guides. There is room for many years of Christmas memories and photos. There is even a small section for New Years.

Seriously, this book has it all!

And while My Family Christmas Book and Memories is comprised of "Advent and Christmas prayers and activities to build family traditions centered on Jesus Christ," there are plenty of non-religious songs and crafts, like Jingle Bells and gingerbread houses.

Advent is coming up quickly (November 28), and I can't wait to use this book with my family!

This post was written for Family Review Network and My Family Christmas Book and Memories, who provided this complimentary product for review in exchange for my honest opinions.

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