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One of the greatest protectors against the world's push to make your daughter mature too quickly is quality time with you. Dannah Gresh, creator of Secret Keeper Girl events and resources, has developed a mom-daughter "date" book to help you make a lasting connection with your tween girl. These "eight great dates" offer fun activities to share and will help you answer real-life questions regarding beauty and modesty. These dates will help you raise a healthy, grounded, and spiritually whole girl!
Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Talking with Your Daughter About Best Friends and Mean GirlsDannah GreshHarvest House Publishers / 2013 / Trade Paperback$4.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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With all the pressures and influences of today's world, Christian moms worry about their little girls and how they will grow up. Quality time between a mom and a daughter can be the greatest protection against the world's pressures to make a girl mature too quickly. Knowing this, Dannah Gresh, popular speaker and founder of the Secret Keeper Girl conferences, has developed a host of dating ideas to help moms invest the time needed to deeply connect with their daughters.
8 Great Dates includes fun mother-daughter get-togethers, perfect one-on-one or for a small group of moms and their energetic 8-12 year-old daughters. Each date focuses on one topic surrounding beauty and modesty and is full of fun while at the same time imparting a life and faith-enhancing message. The book provides a mom with everything she needs to plan and carry out the activities and includes topics such as:
- The power of true beautywhat makes a girl beautiful?
- Truth or bare fashionshow to balance fashion and godly modesty
- Hair, makeup and clotheswho should be your model?
Here's the secret to bringing up healthy, grounded, and spiritually rich girls!
Dr. James Dobson
Tippy Duncan, LMFT, Christian Marital and Family Therapist
KateAge: 25-34Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Very helpful tool!November 5, 2014KateAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I'm in denial I think. I know my littles is growing up, but it's hard to think of her getting older. I still think of her as this cute, sassy, little toddler. Sadly those days are gone and we're right on the edge of preteen! Yikes! I'm so not ready for that. Any help in trying to combat the future battles she might face is something I'm always on the hunt for. I want to be prepared.
My littles still may not be in the age range of this book, but after reading it, it helped in getting a game plan ready for when she gets there. With today's constant bombardment of image and looks and products and just of things to change a girl from who she is to something else, it's a battle and a young impressionable mind is the battlefield. I remember when I was that age, it wasn't fun then, I can't imagine now with all of this technology. Self esteem is so important and keeping it positive and on God's designed path can be tricky.
Dannah Gresh broke down each section well and she kept everything right to the point. You don't want to swim in pages of overflowing info when wanting to talk to your kid. This was spot on. Not too little and not too much. With each section there is also activity pages. They were good in jumping into topics and guiding them where they need to go and they were wrapped up in scripture that fit with that particular section.
The activity ideas seemed like great ideas. Girl days are important, at least to me, they offer a little more fun in life and they don't have to be expensive. The ideas offered ranged from going to have a tea at a restaurant to giving facial at home. Each mommy/daughter date of course worked with that subject.
I enjoyed this book for all of the different ideas. I think it can be a very useful tool for moms and dads (who can be help with a couple of things that were mentioned). I will be hanging on to this for future reference.
Thank you to Harvest House, I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for an honest review.