Nonna’s Corner I Love You Through and Through

March 28th, 2015 Kimberly Feature 16 Comments

28th Mar

It’s time again for Nonna’s Corner and today I am sharing  I Love You Through and Through along with Minnie’s Garden den Premier Pack ‘n Play®  Grab a cup of coffee and check out this bedtime story for your little ones…

Nonna's Corner


Book Recommendation

Nonna’s Corner I Love You Through and Through
I Love You Through and Through
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A rhyming story of unconditional love and adorable illustrations of a toddler and a teddy bear who declare "I love you through and through!"

I love your hair and eyes,
Your giggles and cries...

A toddler and his teddy bear illustrate a young child's happy side, sad side, silly side, mad side, and more! Babies and toddlers will feel loved all over when they hear this declaration of adoration and affection!The book has sturdy cardstock pages and a padded cover with rounded corners for safe handling by little ones.

I Love You Through and Through is a delightful board book with beautiful illustrations by Caroline Jayne Church. The storyline is simple and perfect for new parents to read to their little ones. As the infant grows a game can be had of finding eyes, hair and ears. I liked how sturdy the book is and think this is a simple book that will help even non-readers begin the habit of reading to their little ones each night.

Product Recommendation

Minnie’s GarMinnie’s Garden den Premier Pack ‘n Play® Playard with Cuddle Cove™ Rocking Seat from Graco®
The kids’s live in a one bedroom apartment until their lease is up and needed an area to change the baby and a bassinet. We discovered this little gem at Babies R Us. There are several styles available in all retail stores with different patterns. It isn’t anything like the pack n’ plays they had when my children were small. It adjusts to become a bassinet, has a nice vibration mode that will lull baby to sleep a side container to hold all the changing supplies. With the push of a button the changing table moves up and to the side for sleeping. Sturdy and made from quality parts I felt safe giving it as a gift. The little rocking cuddle cove is perfect for keeping baby safe when they hang out in the living room or to use as a bassinet the first month. I love how it packs up and comes with a carry case. It is lightweight enough for easy transport and eventually works as a simple playpen to keep baby safe while within eyesight. Depending on the pattern it ranges in price from 199.99 to 225.00. Not a bad price when you figure the prices separately for a bassinet, playpen, changing table and rocker.

What’s Included:
• The removable Cuddle Cove™ rocking seat includes carrying handles to help easily move Baby from room to room, creating a portable soothing station anywhere in the house
• Pivoting, flip-away changing table with integrated baby basics organizer makes changing diapers more convenient and keeps all the essentials organized
• Enhanced electronics module with vibration helps soothe and amuse your little one with 5 classical songs, 5 soothing nature sounds, a convenient look light and auto-shut off timer
• Contemporary new frame elegantly blends flowing lines, ideal proportions and purposeful details into a sleek design that sets this playard apart from the rest
• Gentle vibration in both rocking seat and bassinet helps calm your baby
• Cuddle Cove™ rocking seat fabric is machine washable
• Canopy on Cuddle Cove™ rocking seat shields Baby from bright light
• Convenient carrying bag for no-fuss travel and storage
Made By: Graco®

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About Kimberly
Kimberly is a coffee loving book addict who reads and listens to fictional stories in all genres. Whovian, Ravenclaw, Howler and proud Nonna. She owns and manages Caffeinated PR. The coffee is always on and she is ready to chat. Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

16 Responses to “Nonna’s Corner I Love You Through and Through”

  1. Lark

    I love that you’re adding this new feature! I miss reading picture books to our daughter – and finding new ones as they come out. This book sounds just darling; I’ll remember it next time I need a shower gift!

  2. Berls

    I love this feature Kimba. That pack ‘n play looks fantastic, especially if you’re tight on space. Sounds like a really sweet book too!

  3. kindlemom1

    Adorable sounding read and those pack n’ plays are a must! I loved mine, it was a life saver, especially while visiting family.

  4. Aubrey Wynne

    What a fun post. And just in time for spring when we want to get the little ones outside. Love that book! I need to pick one up for a baby shower in April. Thanks!

  5. Ramona

    The book seems lovely. I still have some of Eric’s baby books somewhere in the attic – these stories are too pretty to part with 🙂 My sister could use that Pack’n’Play, lol. Wonder if they sell it in Belgium…? 🙂 Hope you’re having a great time, Kimba 🙂

  6. Sarah

    oh my, that book sounds so adorable! And the Pack n Play looks really handy for a new Mom!

  7. Katherine

    This looks like a sweet book! We read quite a bit so it’s always fun to find new books. I’ll have to look for this one at the library. It sounds like one he might be able to read himself. We had a Pack ‘n’ Play similar to the one you’ve shown and loved it! We used it as the Tornado’s bed for the first little bit because our house was under construction. It was fantastic!

  8. Lisa

    This book sounds so cute. I love reading to my son. 🙂 And those Graco playards are amazing! I had one too and it was perfect.

  9. Angela Adams

    I went to a baby shower a few weeks ago, and this book was in the bag of books I gave as a gift! By the way, we had the baby shower just in time — the mom was leaving work three days after her shower and instead of going home, she drove herself to the hospital and gave birth to an adorable baby boy!!!

  10. Christy

    I miss reading to my son. Hmmm … maybe I’ll tell him he has to let me read him a bedtime story if he wants to go to the beach for spring break. That wouldn’t be weird at all. And what a niffty product!