Last month, Tommy Nelson sent me another cute board(ish) book with the bear family from I Love You All the Same (link is to my review) — I Love You Even When.  This beautifully illustrated book showcases how parents love their children even when they are naughty.

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The story itself is told in rhyming verse and follows panda, brown & polar through various escapades.  Even mama makes a mistake and at the end we are reminded that God loves us all, no matter what we do.

I love this book because it feels like I am correcting more than loving these days.  It’s a good reminder to my kids that I love them AND a good reminder to me to be more gentle and living in my correction.  Good things all around :).

If you would like a copy of I Love You Even When for a little one in your life, use the widget below.

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Good luck!

Jen S.

4 Comments on I Love You Even When {Blogoversary Giveaway – Day 2}

  1. Donna Keith
    1 September 2015 at 10:42 PM (5 years ago)

    Thanks for the kind comments about my book! I’m so glad you like it and are promoting it! It was such fun to write and a great reminder to me as a grandma to show unconditonal love to our five grandchildren. They are a blessing, but they sure can test us too! God bless you and your family! Donna Keith

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  2. Nicole L.
    8 August 2015 at 8:57 PM (6 years ago)

    We have a 3.5yr old and a 13mo old. We have always encouraged hugs and kisses, and being gentle. We also teach apologizing even for accidents, and always being nice!

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  3. Maria
    7 August 2015 at 10:41 AM (6 years ago)

    We try to encourage our kids to be friends with the baby before he/she is born. We share pictures with the older children of the baby growing in mommy’s belly.

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  4. Jennifer O
    5 August 2015 at 9:03 AM (6 years ago)

    We teach our kids to apologize and find something positive to say about each other.

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