#BabyLove: My Toddler Life Children’s Book Review

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The most used feature of our smartphones is undoubtedly the camera! We want to capture all the precious moments of our lives. The uncountable selfies to surprise videos, the moments and memories are endless.When it comes to kids, we go a step further. We have gigabytes of their images is just an understatement. We want to cherish ever moment of their lives. With smartphones at our quick dispose we tend to capture every moment. The Innocence, the anger, the frustration, those hard to re-live impromptu moments all captured in one little device.

#BabyLove: My Toddler Life Children's Book ReviewTake a look at my Toddler getting frustrated when he could not lift a watermelon, which he thought was a ball.

And precious moments like these!

#BabyLove: My Toddler Life Children's Book Review

We carry our phone throughout the day and we are hardly ever away from it. The laughs, giggles, precious hugs, and some great impromptu dances with dad. All these moments of time would be hard to revisit had we not had our gadgets in our hands. There is no doubt that these smartphones provide immense value, but it’s equally important to detach oneself from them. What we all call  ” The digital detox.”

#BabyLove: My Toddler Life children’s book by Corine Dehghanpisheh is a straightforward and engaging book which speaks exactly about all those precious moments while reminding us the fact that our young ones will model our behavior. #BabyLove: My Toddler Life book has fun illustrations capturing a toddler’s everyday moments.

“We record our fun

for friends to see.

Posting the pictures:

#mommyandme “

Kids start to emulate us. They try to enact like us. Talking to their grandparents the way we do, saying hello the way we say, and numerous such behaviors. Whenever a phone rings, my daughter would be quick to remind me that “Dada(Dad)” is calling and it’s time to pick up the phone. She equally enjoys watching videos of herself doing some funny stuff or videos of her friends and cousins shared by their parents.

“No No.” I Hear Mommy Say.

That’s My Phone.

It’s not for play.”

Then there comes a time when you find the little one playing with the phone, and you are quick to say it’s not a toy to play. For which I am pretty sure your toddler would have been very upset. All these moments captured beautifully in the #BabyLove: My Toddler Life.  I am glad that the book also mentions the importance of putting down the phone. Overall I enjoyed reading this book with my toddler. It is definitely a book they could certainly relate!!

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