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Okay, I'll be honest! We don't do it regularly, but I wish we did.
At one time we were doing really good. Having it with Trevor every night. But then it's like you skip one night, and it's over. No more routine.
He has a ton of Bible story books, and he knows a lot of the stories. He can tell you most of the stories. But unfortunately, he didn't learn them from us. He learned them from Sunday School and Childrens church.
A Bible story used to be a regular part of our betime routine. We called it "Family Time", Bible story, song then prayers. We all loved it. We haven't done it since we moved- there is no sense of order right now since we are living with my Dad and stepmom- everything is nuts. I want to implement it again when we move into ournew apartment on the 1st. We also start homeschooling shortly after and I plan to have the younger kids around and have an activity so they can take part in the Bible lessons too.
We don't but we only have Aiden and I don't think he would understand yet. Although we do pray with him and take him to church with us. And we sing with him, we just don't do a "devotional" time yet. But we will when he is old enough to talk and understand!
We have had "Bible Time" with our kids since Emily was probably 3 months old. We knew she never understood it, but always did it as part of the bedtime routine. We even try to do it while on vacation. The "Bible time" book goes with us. We have went through several books, several time. Emily is starting to be able to answer questions now, and Andrew too.
Wife to Leonard - 9 years
Emily- 8 years old
Andrew - 6 years old
Matthew - 4 years old