Julianna is only 6 years old, but she has already started talking about and planning her wedding. She has even drawn pictures of her wedding dress and of she and her dad walking down the aisle (complete with Dad weeping). I'm not ready to think about any of that.
To ease me into what we'll inevitability have to face, I had the privilege to read a copy of the book "The Person I Marry" written and illustrated by Gary and Jan Bower of Bower Family Books.
You can watch a trailer of the book here.
My musings: This is really a sweet book. The illustrations and the message are both beautiful. However, it didn't seem to hold Julianna's attention very well. I think part of the reason was because the book we were asked to review was an ebook version(Not complaining. Just stating the format we had to use. ;-) ) and she is a "book in hand" kinda girl, like her Momma. And, at the time, she was wanting to perform a gymnastics routine in the living room (and did begin the warm ups while I was reading the ending). "The Person I Marry" would be a nice heirloom book to have in your family library or to be given as a gift. It is written from a non-gendered point of view, so it would be appropriate for either your daughter or son.
** Disclaimer: As a member of TOS Homeschool Crew, I received an e-book copy of "The Person I Marry" in exchange for my honest review. No other compensation was given. **