The One Year Father Daughter Devotions
by: Jesse Florea, Leon C. Wirth and Bob Smithouser
Check it Out! Having a 13 year old who has gone through some major changes in her life and had to deal with many things most 13 year olds don't have to can be a real challenge. I love that girl to death, but knowing how she feels and how to react to her is such a challenge sometimes. The stinky eye is popular these days, and with her father sick and always with her, they are clashing more and more these days.
When I got the chance to review The One Year Father Daughter Devotions book via Tyndale House I thought this might would help them to find that common bond again. I have to admit that as of now, neither one has touched it. Yet... but I as a mother found a few things that I did really like
This is a book that fathers and daughters would want to start in that pre-teen age range, 9 or 10 depending on the maturity of the child. I like the Father- Daughter Movie Night Appendix that includes 15 G or PG rated movies that would be great for those date nights. It's kind of a cheat sheet for dad, it has all the info he needs to be able to not really have to watch the movie but know what it's about and how to carry on a conversation with his daughter and maybe even ask some of the questions provided. I also liked that even though it is dated, you could just open it up and pick out a day/date idea. There is also a great little section at the end is kind of a daddy/daughter date introduction for dads that may not have tried it before. Overall I would recommend this as a great tool to bring a Father and Daughter and God together.
*I received the book in this post compliments of Tyndale House Publishers for purposes of this review, however all opinions are my own.