When I became a parent, Google became my best friend.
Why do snakes have long tongues?
Why are oranges orange?
Why can’t I eat rocks?
Ok, maybe I made up that last one, but I’ve heard some CRAZY questions in my 6 1/2 years as a mom. And it can be EXHAUSTING.
I actually do LOVE the fact that my boys are curious. They love to learn and I will try to answer every single one of their million questions if it will keep this hunger and curiosity alive!
But this mama needs some help on the question-answering front every once and a while, and I’m especially grateful to have this help around Christmas time from What’s in the Bible?
Why Do We Call It Christmas? answers all sorts of questions about this tradition-filled holiday! Where did all of these extra traditions come from and what do they have to do with Jesus’ birthday?! Why do we decorate Christmas trees? Who was St. Nick? And why DO we call it Christmas?
In all honesty, I have learned just as much from this DVD as the kiddos. Some of the information might be over the head of your littler ones, but I’m always surprised at how much sinks in even at a young age!
Besides, we didn’t just learn from Why Do We Call It Christmas? We laughed. A LOT. If your family is already fans of Veggie Tales or the What’s in the Bible? series, you will definitely love this!
Along with Why Do We Call It Christmas?, What’s in the Bible? has just debuted an awesome Advent resource for families called Everyday Emmanuel. It is a 68 page downloadable PDF with activities, devotions, and printables to make this Advent more meaningful for your family!
Right now, when you order both Why Do We Call It Christmas? and Everyday Emmanuel, you will get 50% off the retail price of both with the coupon code CHRISTMAS50!
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