LullaBible: Baby’s First Bible Stories & Songs {Giveaway!}

When I was pregnant with our first child, I dreamed about rocking him to sleep, singing lullaby after lullaby from the vast repertoire of children’s music in my music-teacher brain…

Big J Sleeping

It was a sweet thought, but after he was born, mommy brain set in and, even though he loved to be held and rocked, I would sit in that chair with not a single song coming to mind! Not. Even. Kidding.

Little J Sleeping

Little J didn’t like to be rocked and didn’t really care whether I sang to him or not, so I was kind of off the hook there!

Double J Sleeping

And fast forward to baby #3 – he won’t have anything to do with being rocked to sleep either, BUT he loves it when I sing to him, so I am loving the adorable LullaBible: Baby’s First Bible Stories & Songs from Tommy Nelson!


This sweet book is full of Bible stories and lullabies to share with your little one! To make it a special keepsake, the LullaBible also includes journaling pages to record those beautiful memories you make with your child! Go ahead, take a look inside the book by clicking here!

The lullabies in the LullaBible include hymns, old favorites, and some new songs by the author, Stephen Elkins. I have so enjoyed curling up in the rocking chair with Double J to read and sing about our wonderful God and His love for us as we get him ready for bed!

For music types like myself, the sheet music is included for each song. And for those who would rather not sing the songs themselves, all of the songs are on the enclosed CD as well!

You can purchase the LullaBible on Amazon or Christian Book!

And you could win one copy here today! Just follow the directions below to be entered!

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*I received a copy of this book to review as a Tommy Mommy. I was not compensated in any other way for this post, and all opinions are 100% my own!

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  1. I have found myself singing a medley to my little ones. Goes like this: Jesus Loves Me, Jesus Loves the Little Children, Isn’t He Wonderful, and ends with Jesus, Jesus, Jesus in the Morning.

  2. Look at your beautiful little babies! And, isn’t it amazing to look back at those baby photos and see their big boy face in the tiny little squishy face they used to have?! I will have to check that book out! So far I’ve had a different song I’ve sung for each baby… “Stay Awake” from Mary Poppins for Logan, “Pan’s Labyrinth Lullaby” from the movie soundtrack for Wyatt, and now “Isn’t She Lovely” by Stevie Wonder for Olivia. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  3. I’ve sang a wide variety of songs…Immaculate Mary, Seek Ye First, Jesus Loves Me…however, now my 2yo son requests songs like the Nebraska fight song, Wheels on the Bus, Mr. Touchdown. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. I make up songs to sing to my children. And then they make up songs back to me. It’s so sweet, fun and precious!

  5. We sing all sorts of song, but “You Are My Sunshine,” “Jesus Loves the Little Children,” and “Jesus Loves Me” are regulars.

  6. Lana Bartos says:

    I sing “Rock a bye (baby’s name) I love you so, God will be with you wherever you go. He’ll love and keep you day and night. Now sleep in His peace till the morning light.”

  7. I love singing Amazing Grace. Hopefully they come to understand the depth of the song.

  8. ColleenMarie82 says:

    twinkle twinkle little stars, they love it too!

  9. My youngest son asks repeatedly each night for me to sing, Jesus Love the Little Children. It has become a very dear song to me since it is his favorite one!

  10. I sing Where is Thumpkin because I have NO singing voice but my hubby says I sing this one in key. My MIL was elementary school music teacher until she retired so this is a huge complement! It has worked on my 4 boys, so it must be good.

  11. Hmmmm the o es I make up my self… lol they make him laugh ๐Ÿ™‚ ps LOVE LOVE LOVE tbe pics! So incredibly precious!

  12. I’m terrible at coming up with songs too. Sometimes I just hum something!

  13. My favorite song to sing is “Im inright, outright, upright, downright, happy all the time…” I have the same problem coming up with songs and the same frustration of having spent a zillion years as an elementary music teacher annd children’s choir director!