Llama, llama, home with mama: New Book Release ~Plus~ 3 Winner #Giveaway (9/20)

Cold and flu season is just around the corner and although we try our best to avoid getting sick, the odds are high that someone in your family will get the sniffles. And doesn’t it always seem that if one person gets sick, the whole family ends up coming down with something?

This new release brings the comforting familiarity we know from those sick days where mama took care of us, and now that I am a mother I find this book especially sweet as Llama knows what to do to care for mama when she gets sick. More than just a sick day, this book celebrates the mother-child bond and the role models we can be for our children. This quickly became a favorite and is currently on my daughter’s nightstand.

Synopsis:
Ahhh…CHOO! Llama Llama wakes up feeling under the weather. His head is feeling hot and his throat is sore. No school for little Llama today. What is there to do all day? Being sick is such a bore. But when Mama begins to feel sick, Llama knows just what to do. He gets her tissues, fluffs her pillow, and finds a book to read together. Spending time with each other may be just the thing to help Llama and Mama feel better!
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Samples of the products mentioned were provided for this article. No other compensation was received and the views and opinions are my own. Prizing and sample provided by Penguin.

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By Emi Stapler. I am a cloth diaper advocate, green parenting blogger, mother of three and a military wife who enjoys sharing my motherhood adventures and advice. Follow me at The Cloth Diaper Report on Facebook, Twitter @TheCDReport , Google +, Pinterest and Instagram.
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Comments

  1. My mom always made me soup and cuddled me up on the couch covered with a warm blanket.

  2. Stephanie Klemm says:

    I just remember how patient my mom was with us. I was never afraid of her (well, within reason ;))…she was always loving and accepting. I hope I can be the same with my son.

  3. Adelina Castellanos says:

    When I was younger and in bed sick I remember my meals (soup) being brought to me in bed. Being checked on almost every hour on the hour getting my temperature checked. As bad as I was feeling my mom always made me feel better.

  4. Rafflecopter isn’t showing the whole sentance for what i need to do to enter, so i’m going to have to guess. It’s displaying weird for some reason. My mom always gave me hot soup, or popcicles when i was sick. She also put a cool rag on my head when i was fevered and checked my temp repeatedly. thanks for the chance! enchantedtree(at)hotmail.com

  5. favorite memory; mom would tell “made up” bed time stories every night :)

  6. My grandma always sat with me and would rub my back. She would ait and talk to me for hours.

  7. Debbie Welchert says:

    When I was sick my mom used to let me sleep on the couch and she would provide me with things to do, like coloring books and colors.

  8. I got to sleep on the couch when I was sick, and get special dinners and 7up.

  9. Amanda Alvarado says:

    I remember my mom cooking homemade chicken noodle soup when we were sick. She still makes it today but usually it’s not when we are sick! LOL

  10. Sometimes when I was sick my mom would let me plug a Tv and VCR in to my room so I could watch movies from bed.

  11. i remember when i was sick my mom used to stay home from work and I got to drink jello water.. it was my favorite!

  12. Stephanie M says:

    So cute! I’d love to win this book for my son.

  13. My mom would rub my back and play with my hair — it always relaxed and comforted me :) ngiraldi at gmail dot com

  14. I always remember the tasty treats while i was sick and the campbells chic and noodle soup!

  15. My mom used to always tell me not to go out with a certain type of boy. She was so smart!

  16. I remember my mom making me homemade soup whenever I was sick… oh wait. She still does :)

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